Those silent Promises

Understanding, loving, and giving go silent,
A Promise, a primrose,
a yellow, a quite declaration of a spring,
Unspoken, seals, of a day, a night,
A Sun in the sky marks and
Sketches with an orange stroke a cusp,
before and after a black and white,
The bud promised a flower,
it paints its petals and spreads, laying a table,
The seed dried, but kept its promise of a tree,
in years it grew tall and green,
A promise it did not deny,
A mother became a promise of life,
to give and yield to a joy of giving even after
cutting off, the Umbilical cord with a knife,
The promise if kept,
as promised
has a speechless premise!!

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About Sangeeta Suneja

Sangeeta Suneja is a science graduate from Maharani College Jaipur, holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Sales and Marketing from YMCA Institute of Management studies, MBA She has been working with Air India for the past 26 years at New Delhi. She has written more than Seven hundred poetry pieces on her poetry blog. Her work has been published in many international anthologies, She is a motivational author at Featured poet at many online magazines like Angies Sangeeta Suneja also loves to paint, has her own illustrations and abstract paintings to complement her Poetry. She writes in Hindi, (Punjabi and Urdu in English script), and has also written a few short stories and flash fiction in English.

6 thoughts on “Those silent Promises

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    “Those silent promises” , is both a gentle and contemplative work.It is a fine exemplar of the discerning use of words as fine as the brushstrokes alluded by the poem.

  2. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for February 2013 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . Poem of the Month * Landfills – Reena Prasad…..***In the Category of Highly Commended – * Butterfly -Ramesh Anand…*Child’s Play -Shalini Samuel…*Don’t call me free -Ogunjimu James Taiwo…*Don’t let it be seen -Jan Christian Sorensen…*In a strange land -Viji Venkat…*Love’s strong -Jobale Wihnope…*Morning walk -Gopal Lahiri…*Ropes -Mary Annie…*The Culvert and the Tree -Sunil Sharma…*Those silent promises -Sangeeta Suneja…*Valentine’s Day..-Michelle D’Costa…*Vanished reality -Tapeshwar Prasad *** The ICOP Poetry Critic ( Bi-Monthly Award ) for the months January/February 2013 is Lokesh Roy.

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