|Hello Dr M C Gupta,
Very good poem, very thoughtful subject as well--poignant and touching, and very easy to identify with. There are only three mistakes to this otherwise perfect poem. 1.) A comma is needed between "O" and "young" in the first line (i.e., "...O, young maiden,"); 2.) your rhymed pairs in stanzas 2 and 6 are off rhymes--they are not perfect rhymes; using them will make the flow better and more seamless--you can still capture the same sense of these lines by using alternative words that do rhyme better, albeit admittedly, it will require of you more work, determination, and greater creativity on your part(but the end result is always worth it--believe me, I know from experience as a fellow poet); 3.) finally, although the grammar in line 16, stanza 4, is technically correct; it would be better if it was written in the following way: "Does he still to you belong?" (the syntactical sense here is more, Does he still belong to you?; as opposed to originally, Does he belong to you still?--do you see the difference? If so or not, it is really a matter of personal taste, but I mainly base my preference for this adjustment on the more natural sound and flow--in my opinion--of this particular combination of words for this one line. You may disagree with me or not, but whether you decide to change it is really a matter of taste--and not a matter of solecism, as there is none technically.
Because of these three "mistakes," I rated your poem a 4, whereas without these points of contention for me, I would have rated this poem quite easily a 4.5 or higher. All told, a very good poem with great potential to be nearly perfect or better. I hope to see this poem again when it reaches that state of excellence.