I remember the night my motherwas stung by a scorpion. Ten hours of steady rain had driven himto crawl beneath a sack of rice. Parting with his poison – flashof diabolic tail in the dark… Read More »Night Of The Scorpion Poem by Nissim Ezekiel
Poems Of Amazing Poets Like Rabindranath Tagore, Aurobindo Ghose And Sarojini Naidu.
Palanquin Bearers Lightly, O lightly we bear her along, She sways like a flower in the wind of our song; She skims like a bird on the foam of a stream, She floats like a… Read More »Palanquin Bearers poem By Sarojini Naidu
Pardah Nashin Poem Her life is a revolving dreamOf languid and sequestered ease;Her girdles and her fillets gleamLike changing fires on sunset seas;Her raiment is like morning mistShot opal, gold and amethyst.From thieving light of… Read More »Pardah Nashin By Sarojini Naidu
Lord Buddha, on thy Lotus-throne,With praying eyes and hands elate,With mystic rapture dost thou own,Immutable and ultimate?What peace, unravished of our ken,Annihilate from the world of men?The wind of change forever blows,Across the tumult of… Read More »To A Buddha seated on a lotus-thrown poem by Sarojini Naidu