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Reflections of Pleasure

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

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Reflections of Pleasure

How I relish everyday yet keep silent

Tides of aroma coming out of the kitchen


Several met me, several did I forget
Smiles on the faces of guys I enjoyed


Daily the thirst and hunger they satiate
Taste in the buds having drinks and food


Tired of the daily grind, back to my home
Comfort to the body relaxing in the bed


Ready again thinking of the next venture
Relief to the self finshing the task in hand


Different hues of flowers, different smells
Succulence to the heart strolling in a park


How it remains etched forever in the mind
Affection to the kind souls helping in need


Out of the turmoil, watching moments go by
Balance in the mind looking peace around


Facing onslaughts, knocking hurdles hard
Courage in the veins, grappling chaos in life

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© 2018 Harish Mamgain

Comments

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on March 01, 2018:

Thank you Lousie , I appreciate you visit and kind comments.

Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on March 01, 2018:

That's a really good poem, Harish. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed reading it.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 17, 2018:

Robin , glad you liked this piece. Thanks for stopping by and reading it. Thanks for follow too.

Robin Carretti from Hightstown on February 17, 2018:

Vey well done indeed I love your picturesque words holding them so dear

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 14, 2018:

Thank you , Gypsy. I love you presence on this hub.

Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on February 14, 2018:

Most creative poetry.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 13, 2018:

Thank you , Nikki. Glad you liked this poem. Taking notice of small things broadens our sight and takes us to the path of love.

Nikki Khan from London on February 13, 2018:

An interesting insight in daily routine of life in form of poetry.Enjoyed reading it a lot Harish.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 12, 2018:

Thank you Chitrangada Sharan for you visit and kind comments. I appreciate the constant support kindly extended by you.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on February 12, 2018:

Beautifully expressed poem, to acknowledge the everyday pleasures of life! These are the most important ones too. Living in the moment, and appreciating the simple happenings of our lives, is what keeps us going.

Thanks for sharing this heart warming poem!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 12, 2018:

Yes Bill, what you say is true. Maybe it's a blessing by the nature so that we could enjoy the world once more like kids ! Thanks for you visit and kind comments.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on February 12, 2018:

The older I become, the more I appreciate the simple things in life. Very true, this posting...lovely truths!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 12, 2018:

Devika, you've been such a big supporter all along ; I appreciate it. I write on small things that give us joy. Glad you like this simple poem. Thank you very much.

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on February 12, 2018:

Such pleasures hold the scent to the heart and mind. Your strong words are greatly explained.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 11, 2018:

Thank you , Linda. Sometime, aroma is having a strong enchanting smell, so I chose tides for it. Glad you like it.

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on February 11, 2018:

I love the first photo and the idea of "tides of aroma" coming from the kitchen." Your poem includes some lovely reflections of pleasure.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 11, 2018:

Yes John, our daily life is something which offeres us a great opportunity to feel happiness around small things. Glad you like this idea of coining a poem. I appreciate you support and comments. Thanks a bunch, my friend.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 11, 2018:

Hi Shyron ! I love you wonderful poetic comment. Thanks for visiting this hub and appreciating the poem.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on February 11, 2018:

Harish, I agree with the other commenters. This poem touches the senses and evokes thought about our everyday existence. I enjoyed your words. Well done.

Shyron E Shenko from Texas on February 11, 2018:

Harry, you write with such feeling

to send the senses reeling

Garden aroma with your food

Really sound and smells appealing

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Blessings my friend

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 11, 2018:

Nellieanna. I was having my meal and it tasted so good , added to it was the great smell of aroma. It made me think how such innocuous looking things rejoice our heart and soul. I dwelt on such trivia and this piece appeared.

I love you presence and comments. Thank you very much.

Nellieanna Hay from TEXAS on February 11, 2018:

It's both sweet and bittersweet. I appreciate the strong present-tense of it. It's very much in 'The Eternal Now".

Praises for another deep thoughtful and feeling poem!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 11, 2018:

Bro manatita, life itself is a peerless gift ; even ordinary looking things in our life are a great source of joy. Glad you like this piece. Thankyou for visiting the hub and presenting nice comments.

manatita44 from london on February 11, 2018:

An exquisite piece, Bro. Well done!