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Sundown
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fading light --
a lonely eagle fills
the sky
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February 26, 2016
More By: Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
Views: 572      Comments: 4

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Welcome, My Dear

alwaysaparna
03/01/2016 06:41 AM

Comment Thank you, Aparna to choose a great illustration to give a finishing touch to the poem.

kumarendramallick
02/26/2016 09:22 AM

Comment Bijay Kant babu, when the eagle fills the sky you fill my heart with great joy. When the mind is empty blessings pour in, when the sky is empty a small bird elevates our imagination. Your comment is profound and you draw erudite parallels. Thank you.

kumarendramallick
02/26/2016 09:20 AM

Comment The eagle of Tennyson, the hawk of Hughes and the vulture of Daruwalla call us against the backdrop of the setting, glowing sun. A radiant sky otherwise is the scene of the poem. The scenic beauty splendid indeed. The setting lights up the stray clouds appearing to be rosy and pink. The fire flames seem to be cooling like the embers within. Genius hidden under the ashes, but can merit be suppressed through reservation?

bijay kant dubey
02/26/2016 09:11 AM




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