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Who will tell It

Harish Mamgain is fond of the craft of writing. He loves poetry.


Who Will Tell it

Clouds wander above in the winter morning,

The sun turns into the white moon,

The cold chilly wind penetrates deep within,

The sun makes efforts to show his might,

In the faded sky above.

And I am lost in all these,

And embrace them all,

The winter,the morning, the sun,

And the clouds,the cold and the sky,

These and I and the moments,

All are in me, in my mind,

This I think and I also think,

Can the winter tell, can the clouds speak,

Can the Sun whisper, can the cold reveal,

What passed between all these and me ?

Camera can click and make it all panoramic,

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And can also record all the sounds around,

But can it record ever my heartbeats,

And the love in my eyes, the surging emotions ?

Maybe the sun will be the same,

The winter may be the same,

Will clouds be the same ?

Will fading of the sky be the same ?

Will there be someone who will be the same ?

With all the same emotions and feelings,

And the same existence.

Perhaps no, not possible,

So I am convinced,

Who will tell all this if I do not ?

Who will tell all this if I do not ?

© Harish Mamgain


Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on April 05, 2015:

Kamlesh, thanks for reading and appreciating this poem. I sincerely appreciate your kind words. Thanks for vote up also.

Kamalesh Chakraverty from Sahaganj, Dist. Hooghly, West Bengal, India on April 05, 2015:

I love this poem. It's Excellent. Voted Up. Look forward to reading many more. Best Wishes, Kamalesh

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on March 19, 2014:

Alexander, I 'm glad that you liked this poem. Sometimes I think we leave out so much to appreciate and be blessed with all happiness and bliss. Here, in this part of the world, we deem this world as illusion or false creation of our mind. What it means that there is not an illusive world before our eyes but it is our mind that has cast its spell upon us and made it illusive. Seeing your comments, I presume that such kind of questions might have arisen in your mind too. Isn't it all interesting to dwell on the things of this wonderful world ? Thanks for your visit and your kind and insightful comments.

Alexander Thandi Ubani from Lagos on March 19, 2014:

Awesome! your diction is captivating to the soul. you lined those words perfectly well that when i read them i felt the chill of the snow dart about my face.

Many questions (I can't even answer) begging for answers. You told about the winter and I wanna be there.

Great poem!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on March 13, 2014:

You are welcome, my dear friend. It is my pleasure you visited this hub again. You are such a great poet and it is your generosity to offer such kind comments. I hold that when a guy abandons all prejudices and discrimination toward other fellow beings and try to understand and appreciate them with all love and affection, he is filled with a wonderful serenity of mind and he is then capable to see reality of everything/everyone in all glory and glamour. We, all, irrespective of our social rank and regional base, are dignified and adorable and only our eyes need a deep penetration into things/guys. Thank you for appreciation and your beautiful comments. All happiness and much peace. :-)

DREAM ON on March 13, 2014:

You have taken the time to write so wonderful comments to my writings. I love to return often to your works of wonder that you created out of words that change the way we think, feel and hear. So I hope you don't mind when I visit again to refresh my memory of the great thoughts you inspired.I can't add to something that is beautiful the way it is. Have a great night.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on March 03, 2014:

Every time I see your pleasant comment on my poem, it fills me with all happiness. Thank you Ryem. All peace and a happy cheerful life . :-)

Ryem from Maryland on March 03, 2014:

Your poetry is brilliant!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 25, 2014:

So sweet of you my dear bhanji ( niece) to offer such lovely comments. Here mama ( maternal uncle) is very happy to receive your comments. God bless you and all happiness and much peace. :-)

shruti joshi on February 25, 2014:

beautiful n touching piece mamaji.keep update us with wd more of ur new innovation n wrk.we all proud of u

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 12, 2014:

You have so much love in your kind bosom. I have no words to express my gratitude in words for your kind support and warm appreciation. I am on my way to savor the nectar you sprinkled on hubpages through your great hubs. Thank you very much for your love and affection toward me. Much peace.

Nellieanna Hay from TEXAS on February 12, 2014:

It's my pleasure! I fully believe that a real poet writes primarily to express his or her own self in words that flow forth from deep within. If it accomplishes that and gives the poet's soul satisfaction, it's already proven its reason for being and worth.

I was never sure whether any of mine would speak to others. In fact, I wrote mostly in total privacy, except for prolific letters to a few close friends. But my poetry notebooks were where I could refer to communicate with myself, and to find subconscious wisdom I wouldn't have realized I had, otherwise.

Even when I joined Hubpages, the last thing I intended was to publish and share my poetry here! I had no ambition for fame and was somewhat possessive of my poetry. I wasn't even very excited about writing on it at all, much as I've always loved all kinds of writing. I was invited by an aspiring writer friend when he discovered HP and encouraged me to join. I did so mostly to please and support his hubs. Little did I know what a great group it would be, so many encouraged me whenever I wrote anything. Before long, I knew I wanted to share more of my stuff and to encourage others to express their own feelings and thoughts -- and to share them. Thank YOU for your lovely comments! :-)

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 12, 2014:

Nellieanna, your visit to this hub is like an most expansive gift ever given to me. I rarely write poems but reading so many wonderful pieces produced by such excellent poets like you, something stirs me to awake the asleep emotions in the recesses of my mind. Though the stuff is not always good, it gives me certain kind of satisfaction and peace.You are right that our own experience is subjective and unique but we can revel in the similarities like joy, enlightenment and virtue and also negative impressions. It is so kind of you to have read this piece with love and presented such lovely and elaborate comments. I am really very lucky to have found you and followed. To have your comments on this hub is like a treasure to me. I am also thankful to you for follow. I wish you all happiness and peace in life. Thank you very much.

Nellieanna Hay from TEXAS on February 12, 2014:

My, my! I saw your lovely comment on one of my poetry hubs, and, as is my custom when someone I've not yet met visits my hubs, before I reply, I like to visit his or hers to acquaint myself with to whom I'll be speaking.

Well! I came to your profile page and was almost tempted to do something I've never, ever done - become a fan before reading any of the hubs. Simply reading the titles of yours and their brief introductions was like communicating with a kindred spirit! But I decided to read one (difficult to choose which one, with so many enchanting choices!). I didn't want to limit my praise to what a fan's comment can be.

I love this one. I've often felt the same way about "If not me, who?" Also, I am so convinced that what one feels and observes is subjective for each person, and may or may not be identical with any other of us. But we do share the experiences in our own subjective ways, and their qualities of goodness, enlightenment, and joy are similar, as are their more negative impressions. I very much prefer to emphasize the positives in my life, but while realizing that we all have both our valleys and our mountaintops. We can't have one perspective and impact without the knowledge and awareness of the other. But where we choose to dwell, - either up or down, - is ours to make, if only by default, which tends to hover in the darkness.

Being aware of and responsive to everything in one's moment is to be fully alive, and what is better than that?

I am definitely your follower and fan! Thank you for appearing on my hub so I can know you and your work!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 08, 2014:

I love your presence here. You are a poet of beauty and splendor. It is your generosity to utter such appreciative and kind words about this piece. I have to learn a lot from you. Thank you. Much peace.

Eiddwen from Wales on February 08, 2014:

Oh so beautiful Harishprasad ; a true gem flowing with love and care.

Your talent and great strength shine through each word and I look forward to sharing so many more hubs with you for a long time to come.

Here voted up, across and shared.

I wish you a great weekend.


Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 30, 2014:

Glad that you liked this piece and presented such lovable comments on it. You are such a talented poet , I am really grateful to you for your generosity and kindness for appreciating the hub this much. Thank you very much, DREAM ON.

DREAM ON on January 30, 2014:

To write with such clarity. To capture each moment by the moment. Your thoughts are joined by another. I welcome you and all your talent. To teach me as if I was young to see the wonders before me. Thank you for such a beautiful poem.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 27, 2014:

So precious words of appreciation ! Thank you very much, sujaya.

sujaya venkatesh on January 27, 2014:

good you said it hari

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 25, 2014:

loveofnight, it is so nice of you to have presented such a kind and soulful comment on this hub. Yes, we are part of extension of life and love all around. Thank you.

Loveofnight Anderson from Baltimore, Maryland on January 25, 2014:

we will tell it all, we are mere extensions of the life all around us and in every form that it is presented. thank you for sharing your heart felt words.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 24, 2014:

So nice of you that you spared time to read this piece and offered your kind comment here. I am really thankful to you for encouragement and appreciation.

Dianna Mendez on January 24, 2014:

This is a lovely nice poem that includes the winter season as a backdrop well. The season has a mix of sun and clouds that causes one to relfect upon all the changes. Very nicely said in your poem.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 23, 2014:

So wonderful that you presented your kind comment here. Thanks for appreciating the poem and the photos. My daughter and son clicked these photos.

Nell Rose from England on January 23, 2014:

Beautiful poem harish, and the photos are so lovely too, nell

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 23, 2014:

Thanks, Vellur. It is so nice of you to have read this and appreciated.

Nithya Venkat from Dubai on January 23, 2014:

Beautifully expressed, great write. Voted up.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 21, 2014:

Bill, It is my great pleasure to have received your comment. It felt so nice that this stuff reminded you of your childhood. Thank you.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 21, 2014:

It is so nice to have your presence here by way of your gracious and kind comment. Thank you very much for reading and appreciating this piece, ChitrangdaSharan.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on January 21, 2014:

I was reminded of when I was a child, and I would lay down on the grass and watch clouds drift by, and wonder about life. Beautiful work here.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on January 21, 2014:

Beautifully expressed poem with wonderful pictures!

It clearly brings out the essence of the winter season.

Well done! Voted up!

Thanks for the Follow and welcome to HubPages!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 19, 2014:

I am really grateful, Devika that you liked this piece. In fact, everything around us is so uplifting and worth-watching.

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on January 19, 2014:

Beautiful strong words here the winter as I am experiencing right no wit s rainy dull days also very windy. It keeps me from going outside. So thoughtfully written.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 18, 2014:

Thanks, John for appreciating this stuff. It really feels so nice to have comments of poet of your caliber.

John Hansen from Australia (Gondwana Land) on January 18, 2014:

It is up to you to tell Harishprasad through the beautiful words of this poem. Well written. Voted up.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on January 18, 2014:

Eric, I am so delighted to receive your kind comment. Your heart is such a big one and so magnanimous. Your words are so precious to me like a treasure ! Thank you very much.

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on January 18, 2014:

Just wonderful. And so you do tell and it is so good to read. Thank you.

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