Untold story!

Untold story!

Untold story!

Your torn cloth! An untold story itself,
Plainly confined to the statistics,
And sometimes to a sociology class,
Or to a motivating lecture,
Or to your heart!

Being far from you, Often,
You occupy my imaginations,
And myriad thoughts.
No doubt, you heartacheing pain,
More then my understanding,

Within malnourished body and pale skin,
Many days without food,
Many nights without sleep,
The dampness of your eyes,
In the purlieus of painful memories of life.

I often lost in feelings for you
Does your heart find any single reason,
To rejoice , to merry!
Your withered tears; a dried brook!
Grieves are like an old pebble in your heart.

O’ lovely kids, a pang of pain,
Somewhere inside me,
Do you know? It is only for you thee.
Curse me please for my fragility,
Spit on me for my disability,
soaking tears for your broken life,
I paint my words for your teary eyes.

copyright reserved. 29jun 2017 Nitusmita Saikia

Nitusmita Saikia
Nitusmita Saikia

By profession, an instructor in National Cadet Corps, Nitusmita writes both in English and in her regional language (Assamese).She has been writing poetry for E –magazines like FM Online Magazine since last two years. Her poems have been published in various anthologies under, WWW.Realisticpoetry.Com “why Poetry Matters” under Ardus Publication Germany, “A Bouquet of Verse, volume-2” “A Divine Madness, An Anthology of Modern Love Poetry volume 3, volume 5”, Anthology “Symphony of Peace “under 10thIPF JKC College Guntur, India , regional anthology ‘HazarKobirSapun’

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Sulekha Chandra
Sulekha Chandra Posted on8:25 am - Apr 12, 2018

Dear Nitusmita, your poem reflects on your level of compassion you hold for such class of population. You want to do so many things for their betterment and somehow I feel that we as community can contribute to make their world better than what it is.

Highlight:

Grieves are like an old pebble in your heart.

I paint my words for your teary eyes.

Amazing poem, great reflection of thought. Proud of you poetess!

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