My latest poem ‘A Job Interview’ is now on Poemhunter.com. Click here and read on…
My poem “Pleasure And Pain” is now on Poenhunter.com.
Read it here. https://www.poemhunter.com/poem/pain-and-pleasure-8/
I look forward to reading your comments.
Copyright: Jasbir Chatterjee
My poem ‘Stars In my Eyes’ is the poem of the day today (16 March 2017)! So I am a proud and happy poet of the day today. It really feels nice.
Thank you very much, Poemhunter, for giving me this honor and for placing an ordinary poet like me among great, world famous poets.
Here are the screenshots.
My latest poem, “A Roadside Scene” is now on poemhunter.com. It was inspired from some of my recent pics. Two of these are here on the top.
Christina Georgina Rossetti’s poem, An Echo From Willowood, is the poem of the day today in Poemhunter.com. I was pleasantly surprised when I noticed that its words seemed to mirror so perfectly the feelings hidden in a photograph I clicked a day or two ago. Quite a strange coincidence indeed!
Now scroll down and take a look at both the poem and the pic.
“Oh Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood”
“…Two gaz’d into a pool, he gaz’d and she,
Not hand in hand, yet heart in heart, I think…”
I clicked this pic today. It seems to match very well with today’s Classic Poem of the Day on Poemhunter.com, A Moth the hue of this, by Emily Dickinson.
A Moth The Hue Of This
A Moth the hue of this
Haunts Candles in Brazil.
Nature’s Experience would make
Our Reddest Second pale.
Nature is fond, I sometimes think,
Of Trinkets, as a Girl.
On second thoughts, this pic I clicked yesterday looks more appropriate, because of the phrase ‘Reddest Second.’
I have just added a new page “Speeches” on my photoblog.
Here is the link: https://jasbirchatterjeephotoblog.wordpress.com/speeches/.
I feel really proud of this new page because it indicates how much I have evolved. I had never imagined that one day I would be so confident with the mike and perform on stage without any fear.