Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Reflections

(Image Source: http://www.marcstoiber.com)


rippling thoughts
reflections float through
tinted glass
preserved safe
within deep rooted abyss
she sings long lost songs


This Shadorma is shared with Poetry Jam - Reflections.





66 comments:

  1. Well captured and very elegant. It has an almost 'Brooke' feel to it. The beauty is that it can be viewed from many perspectives. Well done

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  2. what is shadorma?? N when do you work? :p

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    1. Ha ha ... I work when I don't write :-P

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  3. "within deep rooted abyss" There's something magical and mysterious among the depths... so many layer, possibilities. No one really knows what is hiding there.

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    1. It's tough to decipher what lies beneath !!!

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  4. Beautiful shadorma with a mystery,maybe spiritual.

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  5. ..how well u have written about reflection with every line reflecting Ur depth of imagination in the pursuit of excellence ..great writing yar..GOD<3U

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  6. nice...like the form...and while i like the reflection, it is that last line that gets me...her still singing those songs...lovely bit of poetry...

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  7. The lines are intricate and beautiful Amrit !

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  8. beautiful, full of depth and emotion. that's great writing, Speck!

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  9. Beautifully written shadorma here!

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  10. ...sings long lost songs --- i like that... and maybe this time she'll sing her songs with more love & joy than the last... sing thru your soul & heart and not just by our mouth alone... smiles...

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  11. Lovely poem. What an unexpected direction you took with the final line.

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  12. Oh I love that last line my friend. Perfect.

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  13. ...she sings long lost songs ~ Wonderful ~ very pensive haiku ~ Enjoy ^_^

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  14. Very elegantly written, very creative.

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  15. Your poem is simply magical .....

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  16. reflections and associated mysteries..
    so much to think upon..

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  17. I love the images in this. Wonderful combination of words! I will have to look up shadorma as I am not familiar with so many poetry forms. The photo goes with this elegantly.

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  18. I like those long lost songs...

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  19. I wish I could write so precisely and beautifully as you do :-)

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    1. Oh God ... you write like a million diamonds :D

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  20. yes she sings but it's a sad song and no one to hear her

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  21. That's very beautiful, speck! Writing a Shadorma is tough...but, you wrote this elegant piece so effortlessly...Kudos!

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  22. lovely lines GS!! Thanks to you, I learnt about a new form of poetry today- Shadorma.

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  23. The last line is the best, a mysterious poem ... thanks for letting me know about this poetry form :)

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  24. This is a lovely and haunting poem, GS. I especially love the last two lines for I have been there.

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  25. Now I know what a shardoma is - thanks! Sometimes tinted glass can help make reflections feel safer!

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