Kenilo Kent : Writing

Nevermore

Nevermore

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


We don't grow sugarcanes in our yards nomore, We don't sit 'round the burning teak nomore, That old teapot'd stopped murmering last winter since, T..
The Rivals: Soulful

The Rivals: Soulful

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


I heard him a field across, So I ran to hear him close, And stopped by a minstrel lad. He sang me a happy song And singing to me, he said, "Runne..
Someday

Someday

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


A love song.
Welcoming Spring

Welcoming Spring

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


A Tribute to Winter!
An Eulogy

An Eulogy

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


To my late grand father
ONCE UPON A MOONLIT NIGHT

ONCE UPON A MOONLIT NIGHT

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


On the 30th of November 2009, the eve of 1st December, me and some friends took a walk through the highway between Jotsoma and Kohima.
THE GRASSHOPPERS

THE GRASSHOPPERS

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


The Grasshoppers Fair grasshoppers upon grasslands wild! How gay you hop upon the grasses mild, To feast upon lush summer's yield. Yonde..
A PRAYER TO ROMANCE

A PRAYER TO ROMANCE

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


Oh heart, you æolian harp of love: All throbs well, few beats sweeter note; Hark! Blow this heart a tidal wave, My sails are loose, dro..
THE PIPER AND THE LINNET

THE PIPER AND THE LINNET

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


The Piper and the Linnet I heard a linnet in the woods, Chanting upon a breezy lea, That the note fills up the lea And the margin of the woo..
To Romance 2: A Farewell

To Romance 2: A Farewell

A Poem by Kenilo Kent


To Romance 2: A FarewellThis threnody was written on the passing away of a friendship soo passionate and as sensitive as an æolian harp to the w..


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