An Invitation

Summer, 2012


When you enter my flat

And wipe you feet on the mat

She will welcome you with a smile

And you will forget your journey of all the mile.

She holds my childhood and boyhood

She is my hiding place if I need a hood

From the chore and melancholy of life daily–

A warmth she carry, a tenderness she carry

And it will get spread on you

when you visit my flat…will you?

Newest Members, Book Fair 2017


A Photo Session, February 2017

National Poetry Writing Month Day#25: A Poem on Emotional Relationship that People have with Particular Kinds of Spaces

I’m not a good photographer so apology for the images being not so good. The featured image is from April 2017 (taken a few days back for the World’s Book Day).


30 responses to “An Invitation”

  1. We have so many books in common. Bomkesh, The Lord of the Rings, Aaro Satyajit, Sherlock Holmes, Jim Corbett omnibus.


    1. Yes…a voracious reader rack incomplete without few of these…I think so


  2. I can smell books 🙂


    1. really…my pleasure…it is an invitation so if you want you can come…(read other comments)

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      1. Yeah I went through it 🙂🙂
        I would love to 🙂🙂
        Only if you serve books 🙂🙂


            1. a smiley…write a letter before you come…

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  3. I’m definitely going to visit Sangbad. Will you mind serving me tea alongwith these books to read ☺


    1. Di, door is open for you always…and not only tea, I will serve you a complete Bengali meal…

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      1. Arre wah! 😃 Then I have to come! 🙂


        1. Let the monsoon come/then visit my home rain and/books and friends only

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  4. This is one of those easy to understand poem for commoners like me. Loved it. Thanks for sharing your collection 😃


    1. 😊 thanks for the kind appreciative words…you are always welcome…

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