It's Victory, Hunters!

It's Victory, Hunters!

A Poem by sayandeep kundu

Mystic cobweb,
Purple blossoms,
Dew beads on tender grass-lets,
One picturesque fountain,
Twinkling of merry stars in one dark firmament,
Scintillating moon-lit streams-
reflecting dreams
of nascent thoughts, subdued emotions.
One mother nature, blissfully adorned
to bestow on her beholder-
the blessings of myriad imaginations.

Men tend to blend the two-
the nature within and without
into one reign of rampage,
killing beasts, craving feasts
with a pride in the lackluster
of spiteful intent.

Trees groan,
Leaves falter.
Birds perish,
Tigers teeter-
On the brink of being extinct.

Left are the leaves withered.
Drenched are the tender grass-lets
with oozing blood of gallant soldiers..

Why fear, victory's on our way,-
Cheers to all haunting Hunters!

© 2010 sayandeep kundu

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Good work. Nice imagery and style. I do agree with The Uncommon Muse, though. You should look into your usage of the word lackluster. Overall, another good write from you.

Posted 11 Years Ago

Another good have been on a tear lately with some good stuff, I am enjoying it.

Posted 11 Years Ago

Thhis is certainly a change from your other work, softer more flowing, your theme powerfully clear. the only word that threw me off was lackluster, it seems off the way its used, as if it doesn't make sense and is used only for show, not meaning.

Posted 11 Years Ago

This is certainly a change from a lot of your other work, very melodic and gently flowing. I really like the term 'grass-lets', it sounds so delicate. There's quite a negative view of mankind in there too - although it's probably quite accurate! A nice change of pace.

Posted 11 Years Ago

This poem has a soft and gentle tone. I can imagine this poem being whispered into someones ear because it explains well and is understandable also I read it like I was suppose to have a quiet voice in my mind. A voice that calms your emotions and gets your mind focused on the hunters

Posted 11 Years Ago

this was really great. i love the word choices. u seem to have quite knack for that. it flowed really well and i could really "see" everything, so great imagery.

Posted 11 Years Ago

Great flow
Awesome wording and I love the infusion of nature amidst the poignancy of humanity too

Posted 11 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

nice use of words i have to say.... and with a meaning behind it... gently told...
good work mate... keep it up...

Posted 11 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Very interesting! i loved the poem and the words chosen really made this one shine. Very good :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I might add the word prey at the end of the last line - think it might add a lot - just expected it there but what do I know? Anyway, begins so beautifully with Mother Nature's splendor then falls into the war town rampage around us - very poignant once again. Thank you for sharing your immense talent.
Love and Light,

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on June 11, 2010
Last Updated on June 11, 2010
Tags: Nature, Sarcasm


sayandeep kundu
sayandeep kundu

Kolkata, West Bengal, India

I'm a student..more specifically an engineering student..but beyond something akin to a social compulsion owing to which i had to resort to engineering machinery in stead of engineering my own mind i'.. more..


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