Tuesday, 8 January 2013

गीला गीला सूरज



सूरज गीला गीला सा...

कोहरे की गीली चादर ओढ़े

चुप चाप बिना कोई छाप  छोड़े 

इस पार से उस पार में,

चाय का प्याला लिए इंतज़ार में,

 मैंपंछीगिलहरीऔर  मेरा बरामदा 

सब जोहें तुम्हारी बाट , पूछें तुम्हारा  पता 


दिन सीला सीला सा...

लाओ तुम्हारी गीली चादर तार पे सुखा दूँ

झाड़ केलपेट केसंदूक में छिपा दूँ ,

सुखी लकड़ियाँ का अलाव जलायें  चलो,

कुछ चिंगारियाँ उधार मांग लायें चलो,

 कि तुम्हें कुछ सुकून आये 

और मेरे बरामदे में फिर धूप आये 


 Picture taken from: aultparksunrise.com

28 comments:

  1. I loved the first stanza...
    Beautiful...

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  2. Your hindi poems are very peaceful :-)

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    1. I am glad if it could infuse that feeling!

      Thanks a lot!

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  3. The lines recreate the wintry feeling, the start is simply brilliant "सूरज गीला गीला सा..."

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    1. Thanks Reshma,

      Really I implore sun to come out and spread its sunshine!

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  4. geela-geela sa suraj aur dil--- WOW!!!mera bhiga-bhiga sa man khil utha is kavita ko parkar! Ati sundar:)

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    1. I am glad if it could reach your heart and make you smile:)

      Absolutely a pleasure!

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  5. मधुर भाव लिये भावुक करती रचना,बहुत अद्भुत अहसास...सुन्दर प्रस्तुति

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  6. "कुछ चिंगारियाँ उधार मांग लायें चलो,

    कि तुम्हें कुछ सुकून आये

    और मेरे बरामदे में फिर धूप आये ..."
    Absolutely heart touching and very beautiful!!

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    1. The words of praise from you are always uplifting, Thank you, Sir!

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  7. सुखी लकड़ियाँ का अलाव जलायें चलो,

    कुछ चिंगारियाँ उधार मांग लायें चलो,

    कि तुम्हें कुछ सुकून आये

    और मेरे बरामदे में फिर धूप आये..


    Amit ji is spot on.. That's where you took us in and mesmerized us with your magic.. Superb write up Meenakshi... what i like the most about your writing is your versatility and the ease with which you write on different subjects, genre and language.. keep'em coming.. i am all game for it..

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    1. Thanks Deepak, you made my day!

      My writings are ordinary, but praise coming from poets like you makes them special.

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  8. I love the lines सुखी लकड़ियाँ का अलाव जलायें चलो,


    कुछ चिंगारियाँ उधार मांग लायें चलो,


    कि तुम्हें कुछ सुकून आये


    और मेरे बरामदे में फिर धूप आये

    kya baat hai

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  9. oh yes .. fir se dhoop aye ..
    but this gila gila mausam is also good.. I remember in chandigarh whenever it was like this .. we friends would get together and off to Uphill Kasauli via the back route ...

    IT use to be beautifullllllllllllll :)

    memories came back Meenakhshi reading this .. AWESOMEEEEEEEEE

    Bikram's

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    1. yeah, I enjoy it in the beginning, but then it kind of gets too much!!

      I am glad you enjoyed it!!

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  10. Brilliant...mere mann ki baat chinn li...mere baramade mein bhi dhoop nahi aati
    sardiya bada satati
    jab tum bulao suraj ki uss sunehri kiran ko,
    toh mera pata bhi zaroor batana...
    kehna usse ki mere angana bhi zaroor muskurana!

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    1. Thaaannnnnnnnkkkkkkkk YYYYYYYoooooooouuuuuuuuu!

      It is such a sweat gesture!

      I already sent it. ky aapke baramde mein aaj dhoop aayi??

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  11. absolutely beautiful

    but loved the following lines most


    कुछ चिंगारियाँ उधार मांग लायें चलो,

    कि तुम्हें कुछ सुकून आये

    और मेरे बरामदे में फिर धूप आये

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  12. You write hindi poetry? I do not have the felicity in verse...but something feels sweet here--the way you socialize the grey sun and the way you social and personal awakening needs with emerging sun...

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    1. You nailed it Bhavana, Last few days were so depressing and saddening and the lack of sun only aggravates the sense of darkening!

      Thanks for reading!

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  13. All your poems are incomparable i need to come here with more time on my hands.

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    1. Thanks Mam, The pleasure would be all mine!

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