by Umashankar Joshi
Other poems of JOSHI (1)
Aayaazi Maogalai Rato
30 Sep 2016 02:22
When colour goes home into the eyes, And lights that shine are shut again These lines are speaking of the biological changes one goes through as they die. All color fades from a person's eyes. Second verse...the mementos left behind that a loved one would cherish. My thoughts.
03 Aug 2016 07:14
I enjoyed reading this poetry by Rupert Brooke.
03 Aug 2016 03:41
Apparently WW1 was looming over the lives of people everywhere. He was no different. ‘This poem was supposedly written in August 1914 when he was worried about the war in general and worried about whether he should try to get to the front as soon as he could. He packed his bags and wrote of the memories he had of friends and places- -much like any person facing a huge if not lethal change in his life.
Edward Kofi Louis
03 Aug 2016 11:07
The rainbow and the rose! ! Thanks for sharing.
03 Aug 2016 09:10
Amazing and meaningful poem with an equally amazing rhythm and rhyme. Thanks for sharing it here.