A Message From Today's Poet 333

In between rising and falling,
In between appearance and
Disappearance of memory,
I express my immense pleasure
And convey my gratitude to millions,
To all of you dear fellow poets,
Dear readers and visitors of the world
And all the editors and team members
Of Poem Hunter and others,
Your effective support has judged,
You have recognized the hard work
And this rank is a reward,
I shall treasure this with time.

Today this is flashed in list,
Tomorrow may change or disappear,
But this has created a memory,
I thank God for his blessings,
Success is is dedicated to him!

A message is sent from poet ranked
Three hundred and thirty three
Among top five hundred poets
Oh this affectionate world,
As per information of
The World Poetry Database
Dated Fifth February
Two thousand and nineteen,
As flashed in Poem Hunter,
This message is of of love and peace,
We hope you accept the world peace.

I am overwhelmed and deeply touched,
By getting best wishes from you all,
From far across the globe from
Each corner you give dear brothers,
In stead of replying you one by one,
Here through this poem I am sending
From my deepest core of heart and mind,
My greatest affection and thank,
I hope you will get this at your place.
May God's bless fall on you
In abundance forever!
I am wishing you all the best to all,
All of you stay happily by God's grace.

© Kumarmani Mahakul,05 February 2019. All rights reserved.

by Kumarmani Mahakul

Comments (6)

And thanks giving, an olden day virtue, seems getting lost. But you Kumarmani Mahakul never miss a single opportunity to do so. This is a wonderful attribute.
Congratulations dear poet, I did not notice this before. Please accept my belated greetings.
Wow! This is wonderful. This is great to see you in top 500 poets list of the world. You deserve for this because you are hard working poet. May God bless you always.
You thoroughly deserve this high ranking and I congratulate you. It is good to recognize and thank other poets also, as you do.
Love and Life! ! Rising and falling. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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