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Mango Swing

natural poetry on mango and Childhood!

By Karun Published 2 months ago 1 min read
Mango Swing
Photo by Sreenivas on Unsplash

Mango is swinging in the air

When will it fall down my dear

children throw stones at the sky

nothing can break the bond

Like friends holding hand

No footprint of sadness in the childhood

Mango Mango Marigo Marigoo.

In the moonlight chit chats fade.

Swings still in motion

In the dream let's go horse ride

How to forget the pleasant

now I regret the change

I don't want the present

People look at me strange

Mango fell down after a giant wind

I've altered my perception of the mind

Mango juices spill onto ground

Childhood and mango are the same kind

could I go back in time around

I'm the mango searching for the branch

while I grow beside roots

Childhood faded the fruit

I just want to go and reattach

Dear kid

life is rapid

this is what the Mango Swing said

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About the Creator


🌿✨ Karun, a poetic soul weaving emotions into verses, embarked on the journey of words to unearth the beauty of feelings. In the delicate dance of ink and emotion, my poetry delves into the nexus of the human heart and the natural world.✍️

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  • Alex H Mittelman 2 months ago

    This is wonderful! Be kind, rewind wonderful! Great work

  • Joe Patterson2 months ago

    And now I want mangoes 🥭

  • Nice work 🥰

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