Sometime I thought for “PRONOTE”

Poetry is fun! Poetry is not simple and it can be quite the head breaker. A challenge for those who are willing to go on this beautiful literary journey. The poem Sometime I thought for “PRONOTE” was such a challenge. This poem is written by Sneha Sinha.

Sneha Sinha
Sneha Sinha
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About Sneha

The name Sneha means love or affection. This the name of the poetess who wrote this beautiful poem. Before we start analysing this poem, let’s take a moment to introduce Sneha.

Sneha lives in the capital of the Indian state of Jharkhand, Ranchi. She studies to become an accountant. A chartered accountant to be exact. When she is not studying or working, she is writing. It helps her to cope with – what she calls – her incomplete love story and her broken heart. Her writings she publishes on her website and Instagram.


Initially, she send us another of her beautiful poems. She then decided to send us Sometime I thought for “PRONOTE.” This was quite the puzzle, since the word is known in the French language with another meaning. This wasn’t what she intended to write about. No, this is a poetess who wants us to tell her about innocence and the moment she realised that she did not realise that this love was without a promissory note, a “pronote.”

The poem reads as if Sneha scribbled down her thoughts in a hurry. However, if you take the time to really read those words she wrote, you will think twice. She tells us about something that she hoped for but wasn’t there.

Sometime I thought for "PRONOTE"

Sometime I thought for “PRONOTE”

My childish heart wonder for him beside me holding my hand and giving his shoulder to rest all of my worries thereon,


My childish heart wonder for “pronote” from all the well wishers and him too, before falling for him, to not aloof us,


At another time my like heart wonder if our passionate/cupid didn’t bind us then how could a “PRONOTE” ??

Sneha Sinha

Sometime I thought for "PRONOTE"
Article Name
Sometime I thought for "PRONOTE"
A wish for a love that wasn't meant to be.
Publisher Name
The Ministry of Poetic Affairs

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