Published: Ye Birds on my Window sill

Published: Ye Birds on my Window sill

I know I’m supposed to be sharing the poetry I wrote during April but, today, I’m taking a break and sharing a poem that’s close to my heart and that got published by SpillWords Press yesterday.
Here’s the link to the poem. And here’s one stanza ( it’s not about birds, so do read to find out 🙂 ). Please click on the heart in the link, if you like the poem and do let me know what you think by commenting here.

I ask of ye birds
That visit me daily
Ye who I have fed every meal
O’er days, months and years
I plead with thee…

As for my blog, you would have noticed a change in the look. Well, after three days of constant calls with WordPress Support, I did manage to set it up and I think it’s working fine. However, I would appreciate you letting me know if there’s anything that’s not working (if you happen to stumble upon it), so, I can fix it. Thank you for reading and bearing with my blog troubles. Have a wonderful day!


25 responses to “Published: Ye Birds on my Window sill”

    • Thank you so much, Harmony❤️. Did you get my reply to your comment on the last post you read? My blog was acting weird,so, I wasn’t sure.
      It’s great to see you here🙂.

        • Oh! Thank God, it’s working now and you are receiving my comments.
          Well,I was delighted to see you the day after NaPoWriMo and I said that on the message🙂. And yes, hope I have seen the last of my blogging troubles. Thank you for coming back despite the fact that you hadn’t heard from me❤️.

    • Cheryl, thank you for your wishes and your appreciation of the poem💕. Well,in that case, it makes two of us- we share the nemesis.🙂

  1. Congratulations on the publication!!
    I am glad your site is fixed – for the past few days, I could read and like your posts but could not comment on it, they won’t get posted. You do know I enjoyed reading though 🙂

    • Thank you, dear Pragalbha. Trust me, it was a nightmare fixing it from scratch. The only sad bit is I lost comments on poems for day 29 and 30. But, I’m glad I got rid of wp-discuz in time. Thank you for coming back to check ,even when you couldn’t comment. It means the world to me🙂💕.

  2. Beautiful Smitha. Reminded me of the days of pigeons being carriers. Also made me think of the lovely lyrics of Javed Akhtar. Panchi nadiya hawa ke jhonke, koi sarhad na inhe roke. Ache and longing beautifully depicted.

    • Oh my,Sonia, you made my day by saying that this poem reminded you of Javed Akhtar’s timeless classic. I wrote this when my daughter left for Uni. Thank you for making this even more precious.

    • Thank you, dear Selma. So nice to have you hear again after the glitch in my blog. Happy Anniversary to you! XOXO

  3. A mother’s yearning seeking the help of her feathered friend to reach across to her loved ones living across the seas. Maybe an innate desire to be able to fly herself, to be a bird, to be free from the shackles holding her down. Beautifully expressed.

    • Thank you for your thoughtful comment and perfect analysis of the poem. It’s always nice when the writer’s voice reaches the reader. Thank you again for the appreciation🙏.

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