Sometimes, the simplest things in life are the most wonderful of them all. Wonderful to enjoy, but sometimes easy to forget. The poetess Trisha Garg reminds us, with her poem Evening, how we should cherish certain small things in life. For instance, the evening.
Trisha is a woman of less words. At least when it comes to describing herself. She only used some keywords to describe who she is.
Her motivation to write the poem, is the fact that she loves evenings. They fascinate her, as she told us.
Few drops of rays stolen from day
Li’ll darkness from night rented at par
Each eve’s burning beauty
Patrolled by a single lodestar
What is your favourite time of day? Are you a morning- or an evening person? What is it that you like about this part of the day? Have you ever considered writing about this part of day, just like Trisha did in her poem Evening? If you did, we would love to promote your work! Send us your poems about your favourite part of day, using the online submission form. You can also submit your poems using Facebook Messenger or Instagram Direct. Remember, we do need the information that we ask for on our submission form. For each poem we publish, we write an article about the poet. The more information, the better!
October Poetry Challenges
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