With the feeling of Love

With the feeling of Love (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus With the feeling of Love Forgetting high and low Shaking off your hand from the trammel  Of terror and hypocrisy Putting out the flame of conflagration Sing the song of Love, integrity, equality, prosperity And let us live. Our hand and face- All are the same […]

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Unfelt Feeling

Unfelt Feeling (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus The Pathos  Dripping from the heart Breaking both the banks Flows over the hot belly of the plain. The taciturn sun falls upturned  From its oven-formed orbit The stars of the nocturnal sky stop to smile Veiling up their golden-tinged teeth. 0 0 0 (Taken From- ‘If You go […]

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To-night

To-night (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus To-night  The world becomes pregnant By the paws of the century All the nymphs sing the song of rebirth  Breaking the silence of the night. The glow worms show them the path to light. 0 0 0 (Taken From- ‘If You go Away‘)

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My Companion

My Companion (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus When I set out for an unknown world I remind- The face of my mother full of pathos The forehead-sweat of my father gifted by the fiery furrow I keep preserved the colours of their dreary days.  Their distorted faces are my sole inspiration to gallop ahead. 0 0 […]

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In Search of a New Sun

In Search of a New Sun (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus I go out Welcoming the Dark I wander and wander And at last In the plain point of the Himalayas I weep and rest. Thus from hour to hour From moments to moments I go ahead by the bank of Eternity At dead night when […]

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To My Mother

To My Mother (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus Mother,  Why had you given me birth to as a human child? If I were a bird Then I would have enjoyed freedom! But it would have been better Had you given me birth to in the deep forest Far away from human home! Mother, it is your […]

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Patriotism

Patriotism (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus Let us be brothers Let us be sisters Our mother is one Wombs are many Let us be as our mother wishes. Let us be flowers- Some of us lotus, Some of us jasmine. Some of us marigold, Some of us rose And let us together make a garden With […]

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Learnt by Life

Learnt by Life (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus It is mine  Mine is this All about this is mine. What is mine is yours But what is yours is not mine Let it be a proverb As it is learnt by life. 0 0 0 (Taken From- ‘If You go Away‘)  

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You Say

You Say (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus You say, “You are a poet.” Yes, I’m a poet- As I’ve only one room Where I sleep, I think, I repose, I weep,  I smile, I read, I write. Yes, I’m a poet- As my hair has turned grey before time My belly burns day and night My […]

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Dream

Dream (Poem) — Menonim Menonimus I’ve dreamed a dream of your face Glittering like the golden paddy  In the field of November. Your lips speak to my ears that know no ends. Your two eyes speak to my eyes That utters no word yet verbose. Your mouth is dumb  Yet speaks a thousand words unto […]

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