The Jingle Day

18 Feb

The chores were the same,

The Routine repeated itself;

The fire God emerged the ‘n’th Time

And also welcomed the Crescent

With the usual Gay and Green.

The temperature was mild enough

And waved Goodbye to the chilly Winter.

Spring shined on the tree tops as every year,

But the Breeze sounded different,

Such Swiftness, such a subtle touch,

It kissed my cheeks

And said it’s a Special Day

A day for the closer half beside you,

A day to celebrate the Butterfly in your heart.

Its again that day, the same day

Of the year- The Valentine.

But I dint go Red nor Blue,

Just Pink, pink enough to celebrate Loneliness

Or to welcome the Festival of Life,

That will soon knock the door.



Posted by on February 18, 2008 in Heart Felt (Poems)


4 responses to “The Jingle Day

  1. Anoop

    February 19, 2008 at 2:19 pm

    This one was good I mean was diffrent from the other romantic poems yet ….
    One thing common about all your poems is the lonliness …
    But any ways anything u write write it from ur heart and u always doo thats what makes ur poems diffrent from all others

  2. jui

    February 29, 2008 at 11:41 am

    first 2 lines are damn good..:)but one winner line is this one
    Just Pink, pink enough to celebrate Loneliness


  3. Narayanan

    March 25, 2008 at 8:25 am

    Hey it seems ppl don have job.. 🙂

    all along it is quite eminent that, blogging anything and everything s freedom…

    blogging in the name of creativity…

    Absolute n*n – S***e had these efforts piled on informative, results would be better, and ofcourse, u can find enough time to scribble like these in your old age….

  4. Narayanan

    March 25, 2008 at 8:50 am

    Valentine’s day, still sounds me as, ppl who are in early stage of love or to start a one…

    the enriching valentine’s day doesn’t ends by dusk but, lashes out every now and there in the heart where, not one, but thousands of butterfly flies..


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