The Night Train of Nagaur

How to tell you,

What is more painful than a blast in the ear,

More painful than a suppressed tear,

More painful than the whistle of a train,I hear;

How to tell you,

Nothing is more painful than your leave,

Feigning that without you I can live;

How to tell you,

What is a beloved without the lover,

Or a lover without the beloved,

Or me without you, or you without me;

How to tell you,

What is the sky without a moon,

Or a moon without the sky,

Or me without you, or you without me.

Anita Bacha

Photo credit -Rajesh Swami

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Author: Anita Bacha

Creative and inspirational writer of stories, poetry, and haikus I am also an addictive reader of novels, poetry, haiku, and children's storybooks. I am the author of SOUL POETRY a book of inspirational poems, verses, and quotes published by Partridge India (2015) The Maker of Miracles (2006) published in the USA by Dorrance Publishing and My Journey with God (2008) published under the banner of Sai Towers, India is the narration about my spiritual journey. My new poetry book INK Echo of life and love published by ร‰ditions de Lโ€™Ocean Indien (2019) in Mauritius, my birth country is a collection of love poems extolling the feelings and desires of women. The Princess and the Crow is my first storybook for children, released by Austin Macauley Publishers London in March 2019. Two years later, I was inspired to write and published two other books - WAKASHIO, a storybook for children, and PINK MOON - AN ANTHOLOGY OF HAIKU POEMS. I love to write. I guess my writing has a special clichรฉ of island ๐ŸŒด life, natural, unpretentious, and full of beauty.

19 thoughts on “The Night Train of Nagaur”

    1. Thank you so much ๐Ÿ˜Š I am glad I have conveyed to you specially and to my readers the intense emotions of a village woman who sees her husband off at the railway station after a brief encounter.
      The plight of the villagers in India ,who have to leave their families behind, and to go for work in the big industrialized cities,pains me personally.
      I am glad you read the poem and you like the picture of the passenger train of Nagaur in India.
      Thank you once more.
      ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ’™๐ŸŒธ

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and for reading Amy. Awesome comment, I must add. One comment is worth a thousand โ€˜likes โ€˜. I immensely appreciate the time youโ€™ve taken to read the story. I am contented. It compensates for the writing and the sharing.
      ๐ŸŒนโค๏ธ๐ŸŒน

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      1. I so agree with you, Anita, about the comments. I SO enjoy interacting with those who come to my blog and whose blogs I follow. I’m not on here a lot due to my life, but when I am, the conversations and the comments I treasure!! I wish for you that more people would find your blog and leave glorious comments for you. You are so deserving of them!! Much Love to you! ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’

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