Comments : The Taj Mahal

  • 3 weeks ago

    by Maher

    Mr Grannell, you've done it again. Especially here:

    Of vines weighed lush with sculpted blooms
    and fruits of polished stone.
    How columns praise the seams of light
    and hail the light, their own.

    I need not explain why this verse in particular, as its beauty is pretty self evident. Thanks for sharing :)

    • 3 weeks ago

      by Tony Grannell

      Hello Maher,
      It took an age to compose this one, especially so, your chosen stanza, that is why your words find me delighted and most appreciative. Very kind of you.
      Do take care now, Tony.

  • 3 weeks ago

    by Milly Hayward

    You have a talent for breathing life and vibrancy into situations and places. This poem spins and whirls and takes the reader on a rich and colourful visit to a monument and pays tribute to it's beauty and impact. A beautifully carved observation that sees much more than most visitors will ever see. Milly x

    • 3 weeks ago

      by Tony Grannell

      Hello Milly,
      I am most pleased you enjoyed my guided tour of The Taj, spinning and whirling around the columns - waltzing, we were - hahaha!
      Your splendid response is very much appreciated.
      Fond regards, Tony.