Thursday, July 28, 2011

In the evenings..




In evenings, when emote is but a whisper



Take me in your arms and tell me “I’m there”



To cajole me in the twilight of my grumbles



To make landmarks of my fantasies



And be all but fantasy in itself.





Oh but for such a presence, of omnipresent dreams,



Never shall I feel, a stranger amidst it all



For evenings shall be cozy, and nights pervade them all



Mine hand shall never be bereft, of the warmth that I seek



The heart a sudden flip flop always in its beat.





When emotions as tender as dew drops shine



And sit atop the grass of my heart divine,



Then shall they mixed in elements so be,



That for ‘Me’ and ‘Thou’ there no place actually be...






© 2011 Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury


( Image courtesy Google)

13 comments:

Purba said...

I always re- read your poetry. There are so many layers to be unraveled.

Your writing is like that waft of Jasmine.

ashwini said...

That was wonderful. Felt like old english poetry.Keep writing!

Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury said...

Thanks so much Purba " waft of jasmine.." nice..Thanks Ashwini for visiting :)

Kunnu said...

Heartwarming. :)

Kunal

magiceye said...

it was like watching a dream...

beautiful

deepazartz said...

It's so 'devine'...came here via Purba's. Loved it:)

Mi said...

What a beautiful piece...

Like purba says, there are many layers to be unraveled. Am sure, every time i re-read it, I am going to take home something new.

Great job!

-Mi

Dibakar Sarkar said...

So passionate... so heartfelt... so real... so close to the bosom..

Sambit Satpathy said...

A great piece! :)

depalan said...

decent effort
A query: i am bad at spelling but was the mistake in 'Devine' intentional? If it is then is it an attempt to indianise divine..."devi"ne? i find that worldplay rather interesting
saju depalan

Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury said...

Thanks folks :)

Jyoti said...

it was so heart touching.. like the emotions said out alooud in your words... just couldn't stop reading..

Rajendra Raikwar said...

great efforts