The Grand Opus and Other Poems

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are the collection of revised versions of the original ones which I had written many years ago.

Table of Contents

The Grand Opus

The lively morning emerges As the curtains of night falls The sun conducts the wonders Performing a marvelous opus Full of deligh... Read Chapter


This poem is about Mother Earth and the Sun.
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Bitter Love

At that pleasant night of moonshine, They met each other for the first time She looked at him with curious eyes He looked at her wi... Read Chapter

Without You

Trodden priceless love Mangled naive emotions For you left my heart and soul I had a wonderful life with you Now I can just feel ... Read Chapter


Sweet though you embitter minds A slow poison that people taste gladly Sleek though you bleed hearts A trenchant gem that people we... Read Chapter


Whoever is below 18, this poem is not for you. Thank you for understanding.   Euphoric spring brings memoirs Dazzling lo... Read Chapter

Selfish Girl

Dead is my cherished love Broken is my indelible trust Bitter are my sweet memories Bruised are my gentle feelings Denial is frui... Read Chapter

A Drop of Love

He seeks a drop of love In his desolate life Does not know it Has never seen it Woe and depression His companions Loneliness ... Read Chapter


- Suggestive language.   Wind is blowing Trees are swaying Clouds are floating Stream is flowing Flowers are bloomin... Read Chapter


You are like the morning sun Waking life in my slumbered body Promising hopes, lasting joy, hearty laugh Dispersing out my horrendo... Read Chapter

Desperate For You

The lightning among dark clouds The oasis in a parched desert A hope that lit my life A rose in the frosty winter A haven under... Read Chapter

The Girl Whom I Love

How lovely Nara is! Still dull are my vivid dreams Only your thought can rouse it I dream of you passionately Even if you forget ... Read Chapter

A Friend Like You

The freezing cold out there Competes with my frigid heart There is nothing inside Just our frozen memoirs Your terrible silence... Read Chapter


Here I am, admiring The naked beauty of nature “Oh! She is really beautiful!” My eyes appreciate, yet I sigh I am in paradise... Read Chapter

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Such a beautiful depiction of a day and lovers! The comparison is well done and makes for a fantastic read :)

Wed, July 28th, 2021 5:55pm


Thank you very much :) I'm glad you loved it.

Wed, July 28th, 2021 11:48am

Ann Sepino

This is so beautiful! Who would've thought that a full day could be described in three short stanzas? You even described a short, lovely rain shower in the middle. Wonderful poem!

Sat, July 31st, 2021 1:24pm


Thank you for your beautiful comment, Ann. I just can't stop reading this comment again and again. It's inspirational. Thank you again. :)

Sat, July 31st, 2021 10:46am


The imagery in this was so beautiful. I loved how you described the different times of day from the sun rising to moon coming out and went through the whole day.
The flow was nice at times, and at other times it was a little inconsistent. Some lines are rhyming, some aren't, and it's hard to get a feel for the flow throughout. Not every line needs to rhyme, but the same line in each stanza should rhyme. Or poems without rhyme can also flow just as smoothly.
Something that did seem consistent though, is that in the first lines of the stanza you described nature, and then the last lines you described these two people. I thought it was really clever how you did that, and brought it back to that each time. It made their love seem so extravagant. It was a lovely poem, with great imagery.

Sat, September 4th, 2021 10:34pm


Thank you for your honest comment Archia. :) I agree, the rhyming was not proper. Actually I don't give prominence to rhyming. In this poem, here and there, it came. I too don't know how. The words I chose were good so, I left them there. But next time, I'll consider your suggestion. Thank you again for your valuable comment.

Sat, September 4th, 2021 6:18pm

Criss Sole

Beautiful imagery. Simple things in life can be the most wonderful.
I loved it!

Sun, September 12th, 2021 1:38pm


Thank you for your kind words, Criss :) You're absolutely right. But we've forgotten that simple formula. How horribly the way we see life has changed! Thank you again. Please take care. :)

Sun, September 12th, 2021 7:08am

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