Sunday, May 12, 2013

The Magical We

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do dried petals rekindle
those memoirs inscribed
in closeted pages

as fingers brushed
amid stolen smiles
eyelids drooping
to musical chimes

they knew it
and felt it
they kissed it
and loved it

time stood still, but not too long
day turned to night, and change of song

good luck and good bye
may the Gods be always on your side
'cause I have failed you in ways more than one
I know no destination, but I run and run

the hourglass mimics my pace
as I race with the turtles
I tried, I tried, more and less
and yet couldn't cross the final hurdles

those pages drowned with tears
now scream out loud at me
will dried petals rekindle
and bloom once again
to weave the perfect dream
yes, you and me
The Magical We



This Poem is shared with One Single Impression - Rekindle.




26 comments:

  1. Beautifully done and different.

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  2. I can't say much cos this is too beautiful!
    Thumbs-up, Green. :)

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  3. Ahhh...its magical, emoting the same magic as created by those dried petals...and the memories they create-recreate..lovely and astounding emotions has been brought to play around with words..your words :)

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  4. Bloom again they will! beautifully done.

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  5. Lovely poem and should cherish what one has..this poem says it perfectly...

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  6. I am so happy to read it..very different...something special....all the best...May Joy Keep Blooming..

    Well hope you will visit here..

    http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/05/and-stories-all-spillhaiku.html

    RS

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  7. Love the line, "closeted pages".

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  8. Beautifully expressed. Such longing...

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  9. Ah yes, magical thinking. I too adored your references to dried petals in closeted pages. Lovely!

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  10. lovely thinkin...and just from the prompt rekindle...brilliant...:)

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  11. Wonderful GS, it really smells of the spirit of rekindling :)

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  12. so beautiful.. what a sweet gift that this ends with joyful faith.

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