Posted by: Ron DuBour | March 20, 2015

WHEN I DO REMEMBER MY CHILDHOOD DAYS (Sonnet No. 94)~by Dipankar Sadhukhan


 

 

WHEN I DO REMEMBER MY CHILDHOOD DAYS
(Sonnet No. 94)

When I do remember my childhood days,
The waves of sweet memory dance in joy.
With the fondness and love of my parents
In the lap of nature, those days I spent.

The Cuckoo’s sweet song would charm me in Spring
And I’d try to imitate it or sing.
I would dance in the showers in Summer
And love to sit by the fire in Winter.

Every afternoon I’d play with my mates
And enjoy the loveliness of sunset.
Everyone used to appreciate me
When I would recite the rhymes easily.

So long ago I passed my childhood days
But from mind those days will ne’er go away.

By Dipankar Sadhukhan
Kolkata, India.
Sonnet No. 94
Copyrights@March20,2015(10:30pm).


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