Sunday, November 24, 2013

Lightning



I love the lightning
And the thunder that it accompanies
'Cause it reminds me of you
The moments that flew
As you clutched my arms tight
In the shady rainy shed
The leaves sheltering us from the rain
And we drenched, completely
In sacred passion.



This Poem is shared with Poetry Jam - Lightning.



36 comments:

  1. "And we drenched, completely
    In sacred passion." - Beautiful sentiment. :)

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  2. Straigt out of Bollywood ;)

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  3. the last two lines of yr verse are so romantic. lovely. Usually with thunder and lightning are accompanied the two emotions of being scared and loneliness but yr poem brought out a different hue to lightning.

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  4. Ah...lovely....such passion and that lightening....it's so evident in your words :)

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  5. Amrit you need to write a book of romantic poetry- this is one of your most romantic ones ever!

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    1. Ha ha ... thanks a lot my friend :-)

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  6. sacred passion...smiles...i like that much...there is much power and energy in the storm...as there is with passion...

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  7. passion, lightening..
    beautiful !!

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  8. How beautiful. In few words you express such a precious moment.

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  9. how wonderful your words...never would picture a thunderstorm to look so good.

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  10. If lightening is a thread, you have weaved the words like pearly rain drops... Incredible :)

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    1. Wow ... I will add these lines in my next poem :-)

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  11. This will surely strike readers right in the heart ~~~ nicely done!!

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  12. Ah, I like this a lot. You really have portrayed the blessing that lightning can bring to one's life! Very well written.

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  13. Good one :)
    and who is that "you?" #justasking :P

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  14. Lightening puts all emotions on edge. This is wonderful.

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  15. Lightning sure adds a spark to love, nicely done Amrit :)

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