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A Blessing From God
by Rupradha Mookerjee
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  I want a drop of water, you offer me sea,
I require a smile on my lips, you gift me glee,
I seek a drip of your care, you provide me excess,
I need a fine time, you give me my life’s best phase.

I desire a lil place, you confer me your whole heart,
I wish to see a painless ‘me’, you award me untold mirth.
I think of dying at times, you show me a thousand reasons to live,
I yearn for just a little love, you always have so much to give.

I crave to be a part of your life, you consider me your world,
I search for a rebirth, you grant me a new life, am enthralled!
I pine for a better self, you make me complete and new,
I covet a blessing from God, He came Himself in the form of you!
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April 17, 2011
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Dear Rajat Ji,
I saw your comment after two years. Happy Rabindra Jayanti. I am so deeply touched by your appreciation. I try to pour my heart out in my poems. Yes, they are integral. :) Thank you so much. I love your poems. Keep writing.

rupradhamookerjee
05/09/2014 07:42 AM

Comment 22 November 2012
TO: Ms. Rupradha Mookherlee

It is not very long I've started contributing my Tagore translations to Boloji.com. However, I've in the meantime discovered quite a few poets who can be categorized as outstanding and that definitely includes you.
I'm not a poet of my own and have a bit of exposure to Tagore mainly. It has become my bad habit to search Tagore's perceptions in the poetry of others whenever I encounter one. Maybe, many find it irritating but I'm helpless. If you'll bear with me, I find in this poem a reflection of Tagore's "Thou hast me endless / Such is Thy pleasure..". I'm inclined to believe, your gratitude is more to God Himself rather than to any human being of flesh and blood or, does the magic of your poem make them integral?

Rajat Das Gupta

Rajat Das Gupta
11/22/2012 08:59 AM

Comment @Sirisha: Thanks a lot! :-)

rupradhamookerjee
04/19/2011 05:07 AM

Comment If you carry on your life with so much gratitude, it will become a bed of roses :)

Sirisha
04/19/2011 04:16 AM

Comment Your prompt comments mean a lot to me Sir! Thank you.

rupradhamookerjee
04/18/2011 11:02 AM

Comment A very sweet poem, a spontaneous outburst of a young sweet heart. I enjoyed reading this poem. Thank you.

Kumarendra Mallick
04/18/2011 10:32 AM




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