Veenapoove (1907) – “A dead flower” by Mahakavi Kumaran Asan Second Stanza

Veenapoove (1907) – “A dead flower” by Mahakavi Kumaran Asan Second Stanza
Explanation :

Veenapoove (1907) – “A fallen flower” – Second Stanza

Continuation from First Stanza..

Mavakavi Kumaran Asan depicts the past of the flower in this stanza.  He becomes nostalgic and remembers how the flower was pampered as a flower bud and how the plant would have nurtured it to blossom. He reminds us that every living being has a stage where they are pampered and attention is given but all have the same fate as the flower.

The plant that gave birth to you would have pampered

when you were infant.

It helped you to blossom.

The wind would have swung you to its tune.
Read third Stanza..

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1 comment to Veenapoove (1907) – “A dead flower” by Mahakavi Kumaran Asan Second Stanza

  • Veena poovu is so sweet poetry and it is profound thinking about human life cycle. A man will be ethical, If anyone reads this poem and understands its message. Great literature from Kerala.