Friday, July 25, 2014

Hidden In Patterns Of Simplicity

(Image Source: http://withrealtoads.blogspot.in/2014/07/words-count-with-mama-zen.html)


there are stories
hidden in patterns
of simplicity
of times gone by
before genes knew the word
'mutation'

beauty is in discovery
of a world, so old
and yet refreshingly new
to the traveler within

look through the hourglass
of the past ebbing away
the land will have them preserved
so that, someday
we can find our way




24 comments:

  1. ''world, so old
    and yet refreshingly new
    to the traveler within''

    Interesting :)

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  2. "look through the hourglass
    of the past ebbing away
    the land will have them preserved
    so that, someday
    we can find our way"

    Gorgeous, gorgeous lines. Such a beautiful intermingling of transience and permanence. Loved this!

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  3. This was divine. I particularly loved this "beauty is in discovery
    of a world, so old
    and yet refreshingly new
    to the traveler within"

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  4. Very good, on several levels.

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  5. Yes, we who are here now can learn much from what we find from the past. Very interesting perspective you wrote from.

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  6. Beautifully penned with a touch of philosophy.Nice,Amrit.

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  7. nice title hidden pearls, what do you think of - When wanting help..

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  8. You can win any level of competition in writing a poetry by seeing a picture...amazing!

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  9. …"the past ebbing away"… it boggles the mind how old these fossils are!

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  10. Wonderfully worded Amrit, each line is a gem!!

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