Ranjish Hi Sahee

Photo Credit: Google   Ranjish hee sahi dil hee dukane ke liye aa… As Radha looked at the crescent moon the early morning breeze caressed her face. The dim moonlight reflecting on her face was making her look ethereal. Far away on the banks of Yamuna, she listened to what sounded like someone playing raag…

Ekphrastic Poem 5

  The final poem in our series of five written for a picture prompt by members of the Womaninc poetry group is a lilting, nostalgic but joyous poem by Nalini Ganguly.   On those fields of golden corn from long forgotten days My mind’s eye closed somewhere along the line To open and unsheathe each…

Ekphrastic Poem 4

  Smeetha Bhowmik’s delightful poem with philosophical indents is the next poem to be presented here in our series of poems on women solidarity written in response to a picture prompt by members of the Womaninc poetry group. Under a blue sky On golden land, Arm in arm we Swirled, The sky in Our hands!…

Ekphrastic Poem 3

  Monica Oswal’s splendid, richly worded poem exploring a woman’s identity down the ages finds place in our series of five exceptional ekphrastic poems composed by members of the Womaninc poetry project. The English translation is also by Monica. सुनहरी सरसों सोना उगलता आकाश धुंध की परछाइयों में लिपटी चोटियाँ अटखेलियां करता मख्खन सा चाँद…

Ekphrastic Poem 2

  Becoming Us In sunlit valleys Of joy,camaraderie We search,my sisters, I For identity For community Questions scatter On the breeze, that sighs As we search for the we Amidst the you, I Purple, gray, our end looms Mountain to the sky Someday , we will all journey there Crawling or chasing the butterflies Then…

Ekphrastic Poems

Photo credit: sharplittlepencil.com We would like to share with you some of the poems written by the members of the Womaninc poetry group. The poems were inspired by a picture prompt ( shown above ) given to the group on 3rd June 2016. The first poem is by Anupama Agrawal Goyal     आकाश बाँह…