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Indebted

Updated on June 14, 2017
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Harish Mamgain likes travelling , and is fond of the craft of writing. He loves poetry.

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Glory of the invisible

Not visible to the sight
Stones and deep feelings
Departed and roots
Strong and firm
They touched and held
With love and affection
Never reflected the pain
In their heart
Never complained of
The turmoil in the mind
Penetrate beneath
Have love for stones
Out of our sight
Ever in dark
Yet sublime in honor
Seek deep into the roots
All beauty stands on
The legs bathed in
Fragrance of the soil
The real nourisher

Indebted

Think of their toils
They shed the bodies
Fled the frame
To the unknown
With unsaid words
With implicit love
With ample desires
Hidden in our sight
Can we forget
What they expressed
With love in their heart
Pains they suffered
How they took care of
Things we enjoyed
Make our sight
Fixed upon the visible
That brightens the eyes
Enjoy what lies on
The surface
Friends, never forget
Stones in a foundation
Subtle feelings in a heart
Roots of a tree
Souls of guys
Out of sight
Just remember them
Though for a moment

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Out of Sight

Stones

Stones in a foundation
Buried deep out of sight
Give the strength to
The edifice in a way
That is not relished
Like splendor of colors
The delicate facade
The design and d├ęcor

Feelings

Feelings in a heart
Down and deep beneath
Nourish the bonds and
Make them intact
Not expressed ever
In words mundane
They get lost in
Praise of the smile
Magic of the curves
Nectar of the laughter
Flutter of the eyes
Smell of the tresses
Waves of tongue

Roots

Roots of trees
Never appreciated
The way the trunk stands
The crown enchants
Fruits delight tongues
Flowers bewitch minds
Leaves twirl
And twist hearts

Departed

Those departed
Never remembered
As souls in attires
We flock to them
We admire them
Tell their tales
Never think them to
Vanish from the sight
Words we remember
That move our minds


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    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Thank you very much, my friend. :-)

    • Ceejay Ycong profile image

      Cherrey Joy Ycong 

      3 years ago from Philippines

      The pleasure was all mine, Harish. :)

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Ceejay, I'm glad you liked this poem. You have offered too generous comments. I just scribble what comes to my mind. Thanks for reading and appreciating the poem.

    • Ceejay Ycong profile image

      Cherrey Joy Ycong 

      3 years ago from Philippines

      You are an excellent poet, my friend. Your words are very deep and inspiring. :)

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Frank, you are such an amazing and accomplished poet. These kind words are too valuable for me. Thank you.

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      Frank Atanacio 

      3 years ago from Shelton

      wow this was simply eye grabbing words compiled to make perfect poetry

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Kevin, there is a certain part inside all of us that remains unrecognized, just as the underground stones of a building and roots of a tree. The poem, of course, is a long one. Thanks for reading, appreciating and sharing it.

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      The Examiner-1 

      3 years ago

      That was a long one Harish but it was interesting. When it started off I thought that it was about a building but the second verse changed that. It was about people, life. I voted up, shared and pinned it.

      Kevin

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Yes brother, manatita, kernel. It is the kernel of things and guys that I look for. You tell it in such sweet words that taste like kernel of heart. You touched the real core. Glad you liked it. Thanks for beautifully adding to this hub the charm of your words of wisdom.

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      manatita44 

      3 years ago from london

      For me a deeper one, Bro. Requires a few reads. You seem to be emphasizing the significance of seemingly small things, even though they may not be so obvious. Like kernels in the Heart. Nice one, Harish. Keep them coming. Much love.

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Thank you, Dana, I'm happy that you liked it. Thanks for all support and encouragement too.

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      Dana Tate 

      3 years ago from LOS ANGELES

      Simply beautiful Harishprasad.

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Thank you John, you always read my poems and encourage me with your kind words. I value your words much. Glad that you liked it.

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      John Hansen 

      3 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Very descriptive imagery Harish. Your poetry seems to be getting better and better....and always contains much wisdom.

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      word55, thank you very much. I'm delighted that you found it of some worth.

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      Al Wordlaw 

      3 years ago from Chicago

      Harishprasad, that was very thought provoking. Poetry to just sit back and read the rhymes with rhythm. Thanks!

    • Harishprasad profile imageAUTHOR

      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Eric, you have been such a great supporter all along, always encouraging me. Glad you liked it. Thanks for reading this hub and putting up such nice words here.

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      Eric Dierker 

      3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Marvelous. This made me think of the wonderful unseen thoughts behind our words. I look at your work here and appreciate the beauty of the thoughts unseen. Thank you for bringing poetic splendor into my life today.

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