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Stormy Night

May 19, 2007

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  1. Abhiroop Chowdhury permalink
    May 19, 2007 4:26 PM do reminded me of the times in Jharkhali.Specially that starry night part.By the way ur hair always look like a halyard of ship,weather u r drenched or not 😉
    .jokes apart.Thats a cool poetry,but i think u should refrain from using too much ornamentation in a nature poem,as i think nature is adorned with its own wild simplicity,and that is her greatest ornament.That night in jharkhali sitting idly by Bidya river,we have seen nature in a different way.There she was wild yet calm,nursing those thousands of stars in her wavy bosom.She was a personification of eternal motherhood,she ought to be simple like those people who lived there,like that elderly lady who don’t even think twice while giving us a glass full of pure honey just bcoz we r new to their land and asked for it.
    i am a lousy writer,your writing skill are far far better than mine,so i think i should stop my comment here only,unless it would turn into a emotional crap.
    I don’t know why but forests nature do attract me a lot,much more than my botany.I may not have the skill of selling old wine in a new bottle,and impress the crowd like,you know who ;),but its gr8 to be a part of nature that day.I hope our next visit would bring more ideas in the fertile head of yours.So long pals,if u keep pouring out emotions by your poems,like this one,,i thing even a lazy goon like me would feel compelled to write comments after comments of flattery and appraisal.

  2. crankywriter permalink*
    May 24, 2007 2:10 AM

    thanx for commenting… I hope your skill of writing remains too 😀

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