Thursday, 22 May 2014

A New Beginning




Oh, sky being a mute witness to this world

Are you crying ?

Are you touched by the loss of naive human lives?

Have you heard the sob of the trees?

Did you see the Innocent plea of animals?

Unleash your anger with thunder and lightning

Wash away all the sins with your tears

Let there be a new beginning with the rainbow

For ~ Poetry Jam



30 comments:

  1. nice...rain makes a great metaphor for the cleansing...
    and the rainbow, hope, in hte after...nice write.

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    1. Thank You Brian....hope for future is what keeps us going right..:)

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  2. Cleansing and freedom in your words that usher in hope,

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  3. I am with you here. After the rain it can really feel like the old order has been washed away and new beginnings are possible.

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    1. yes..it definitely feels that way :)

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  4. Yes let there be a new beginning with the rainbow.

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  5. Exquisite use of metaphor,

    Much love...

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  6. I love the way you used questions in your poem. And hopefully the new beginning...and rainbow will be on the horizon.

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    1. Yes Mary...I think everyone is ready for a new start..:)

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  7. What a beautiful plea to the maker of rains ...

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    1. Yes Susan..hope our plea reaches his ears..:)

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  8. Lovely ode to sky, to rain.

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  9. an exquisite close and wonderful use of metaphors....

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    1. New beginning is always welcome..:)

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  10. that was a lovely write up arati :)

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  11. The beginning with Questions was refreshing... I loved the way incited the feeling from lifeless objects.

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  12. My reason for liking the rainy season...it is cleansing...literally and metaphorically.

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    1. Many humans don't want to hear them...Thanks Laurie

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  14. Wonderful ! :)
    Anjali Ramanna

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