Home > hindi > Poem > Poetry > जब तुम न थे जब तुम न थे Shweta Dave June 10, 20152015-06-10T10:59:50+00:002015-07-07T08:23:22+00:00 hindi, Poem, Poetry 24 Comments A woman narrates the time when her beloved was away. My sincere apologies to my friends Teny and Vinay with a promise for an English version next time 🙂 Tweet Pin It About The Author shweta.dave09 24 Comments June 10, 2015 Bhavikk Shah Hii Shweta wonderful poem – Loneliness described in an optimistic approach Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Yes absolutely Bhavik, super happy you liked it 🙂 Reply June 10, 2015 Ravish Mani Very beautiful, Dear. I like the different moods of love. Without hunger, there’s no enjoyment of satiation. Longing gives a different height to unison. Deeper the root, higher the tree. 🙂 Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave SO so rightly said Ravish, you gave a new meaning to the theme of the poem, thank you so much for this interpretation 🙂 Reply June 11, 2015 Shanx The beauty of the poem isn’t confined to the seamless n lucid depiction of emotions but goes far beyond. It tells about the love that resides in everything around, the one that’s being felt, breathed ad lived. Both in the absence and the presence. And that’s the power it is conveying 🙂 Astounding Ananya.. hats off 🙂 Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Shashank, kya chahiye tumhe….itni taarif 😉 well j, I know what you mean and thank you for feeling the emotions conveyed in the poem. 🙂 Reply June 11, 2015 Vinay Nagaraju Naaiceyy :).. He he thank you Shweta, I really love poetry, I can understand the oral communication but have a bit of difficulty when it comes to written Hindi.. Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave I would like to write an English translation but it kind of changes the meaning, am happy you could get some meaning of it and liked it 🙂 Reply June 11, 2015 Anoop Very beautiful indeed 🙂 Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Anoop 🙂 Reply June 11, 2015 Datta Ghosh Well Shweta, It touched my heart…more so as I am living without my love these days….The only difference it was my call of duty that took me away…but yes…loved your poetry to bits Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Awwww…I pray you work gets done very well and you meet him soon…can imagine you missing him so much 🙂 Thank you for liking the poem 🙂 Reply June 12, 2015 Maitreni Mishra So beautifully composed Shweta, it touched my heart to the core :’) Hats off! Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Maitreni, am very happy you liked it 🙂 Reply June 13, 2015 Alok Singhal I told you in the last post too…your hindi expressions are amazing. Once again, i stand by my words! Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Oh my my thank you so much Alok for liking my Hindi poems 🙂 Reply June 14, 2015 Saru Behad khooob, Shweta. 🙂 Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Bohot shukriya Saru 🙂 Reply June 25, 2015 Kokila Gupta Khoobsurat … tumhari tarah ..:) Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Bestie 🙂 Reply June 27, 2015 Tushar Beautiful written poetry – straight from the heart. Thanks for sharing. Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Tushar for liking it 🙂 Reply July 4, 2015 Ashish Kumar kya baat hai… behad sundar rachna… Reply July 7, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Ashish, happy you liked it 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name (required) Email (required) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Related Posts Skyline – A Cinquain poem (FPFS – Day 2) Love More, Expect Still एक दस्तक Love Phoenixed!