The Silence of Souls

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Want to write something, anything. So just scribbled down few lines. Let me know your view.

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Silence of the Sunday morning,

Clinging of utensils from the kitchen,

Pressure cooker whistle from the neighbor.

In this Sunday morning, silence getting shades…

Don’t spoil it. Let me look at you Ms. Neighbor.

The silence between us let it get one more shade

As you perform your morning call to your love.

Let that strand be there on your brow curtaining your eyes

And let that bun be untie; keeping loose the hair and letting them fly.

Don’t spoil it. Let me look at you my Ms. Neighbor.

–xx–

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. trashofpi says:

    *cough cough*
    Ms Neighbor needs to watch out if she’s real.

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    1. sangbad says:

      She is real 😊 and a recurring aspect in my Kolkata series…

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  2. These little daiy life descriptions are amazing part of your poetry!

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    1. sangbad says:

      😊 yes…it gives me a tinge of satisfaction…

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  3. Loved this! The visuals, the subdued naughty undertones…. Just wonderful

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    1. sangbad says:

      😊 Ms. Neighbor becoming a recurring aspect in my Kolkata series…

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      1. I haven’t read that yet. But if Ms. Neighbour is such an intriguing person, I should read it soon.😊

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        1. sangbad says:

          If you want you can find her in my Kolkata section in Anthology…

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          1. Okie dokie. Gotcha!

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            1. sangbad says:

              ☺👍✋

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  4. Wow great and nice simple words for a neighbor

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    1. sangbad says:

      Thanks…Ms. Neighbor is one of the recurring aspects in my Kolkata series ☺

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