Under The Avenue Tree

Wow! Who planted these rows of tree and all...
I haven't seen but he seems to be known.
The trees, as if, all friends, praise him in rustle
Day and night by the winds sweet blown.

by Pallab Chaudhury Click to read full poem

Comments (14)

A very good poem.....nicely written- - -X
Nice simply nice and lovely. Thanks for sharing
The cows have gone away; some are in game; And by the day-end I need to go all along! The lovely trees are calling me by name; Being a cow-boy, how can I sit for long? I have to return the cows to their shed, Before the sun becomes just setting-red... ......a beautiful divine cow- boy....fine poem dear poet thanks 10000000++++++
Wow! Who planted these rows of tree and all... I haven't seen but he seems to be known. The trees, as if, all friends, praise him in rustle Day and night by the winds sweet blown. - - - - - - - - - wow- - such a lovely poem on nature ! Who has planted the rows of trees ? Your heart is grateful for the unknown gardener who cared to plant trees for travellers .Heart is grateful for the Almighty for He is the gardener who cares for His creatures.
The cows have gone away; some are in game; And by the day-end I need to go all along! Nice composition
Pallab Ji, its an amazing poem, loved its beauty, how beautiful would be the original Bangali poem!
wonderful nature poem, nice imagery..10
The second stanza is very good. Trees are our natural care taker.
Nature is wonderful and the trees are just a small part of it. This is a beautifully written poem. Being a cow-boy, how can I sit for long? I've to return the cow to the shed, Before the sun is just setting-red Brilliant, Well earned 10
Though we don't know who has planted the avenue trees still these trees are very helpful to us. They provide shadow to way farers and fruits to eat. The shepherds take rest under the trees and save their bodies from hot sunshine. 'Trees our friends', dear Pallab, this statement is right. You have nicely inscribed the trees as alive and talking creature.. ..let it be quoted.. The lovely trees are calling me by name; Being a cow-boy, how can I sit for long? I've to return the cow to the shed, Before the sun is just setting-red. It is a beautiful poem on trees and nature having nice depiction. Many thanks dear Pallab, keep the ball rolling.
I like this work, i feel like this is a view from a person that look his life, and start to ponder everything because nature always make us wonder...at the same time feel free and happy...This is what i can imagine when i read this. It is a joy to read this, keep it up
Good work, very realistic description. Thanks for sharing Pallab.
Very sweet poem. It shows your great love of nature. I have read many poems about trees and dusk but this one is unique in its expression. Thanks and a warm welcome on this Forum.
A great start with a nice poem, Pallab. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks