Poems by Suchismita Ghoshal
Suchismita Ghoshal hails from West Bengal, India. At the age of 23, she has been continuously leaving her footprints in the contemporary literary world. She is an widely published author, internationally reputed bilingual poet, spoken word poet, professional writer, content writer, editor and critic, translator (Bengali, English), performer, communicator and literary influencer. She’s been invited to many international festivals and open mics. Her awards, accolades and achievements not only inspire her more to write but also to influence her through the kindness of her words. Her solo books “Fields of Sonnet”, “Emotions & Tantrums” & “Poetries in Quarantine” are available on Amazon website.
Autumns appear as eternal amber,
Maples shimmer like golden glitters.
Serene calling for a stirring comeback,
Unaddressed, compassion comes,
Pesters all the negativities around.
Alluring tunes play the hymns of love,
Stargazing at midnights become perpetual,
Drops of phenomenal solace oozing everyday,
Turbulences gone so far, remaining is the peace
And odd lovers wrap themselves in cozy love.
Abhorrent news expands like fire,
Yet failing to suppress the upliftment of will power.
Whooshing rattles of wind push the ear buds
To listen more to the pious oracle of God.
Ample amount of magnanimity entangled
With the branches of exhilaration
Makes their way back to the pilgrimage of pious autumn.
Depression tastes like an invigorated swing,
Invading through the clamour of my head,
Clutching my mental peace with the shackles of pain,
Yet I laugh like a peculiar nomad.
Sullied thoughts blatantly roam,
Putting me in the chaotic crevasse.
Aggrieved, my mind shrinks slowly
And I grabble for a dollop of solace.
Tempestuous situations come for a reason,
A stronger lady rises like a phoenix.
Elegance lies no more in pirouetting beauty,
As serene holds more valiance than facial features.
Triumphing through the sword of pen,
Blissful me will put an end to those devastating loss.