hiii symphony thanks for your kind view,yes i am indian!!!!!!
Oh that was pretty, Mukta! I'd say it would be a great poem to read at a wedding, for sure!
Indeed... elvis presley's gone, wednesday's gone, junior school's gone... ad infinitum.
But the good thing is, i still have jon foreman, the coming weekend, and high school to go with!
I guess thats just how it goes.
By the way, are u from india?
Thank You Kiz!!!!
Reading this poem tells us in no uncertainty that time past is time gone, so make the best of time NOW. I liked this poem, mukta.
thanks kiz paws!!
Awww, mukta, that was sadly sweet. Take care, Kizzo
i love your poetry so much my dear mukta!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this is so beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thanks B-Mental,hope i will get..................)
I say start searching the beautiful world of the living'
There is a beautiful song where John Prine asks... "Do you know what blood looks like on a black and white TV?
The response is " Shadows."
I believe most people would like to know where they fit in the world and the place they live. And to be remembered in death as one who left a light behind. I personally believe this is best found thru an intimate walk with God as creator and savior but it is a struggle sometimes walking in faith when the world hangs so large in the purview.
Hi NikolaiI ,
thanks for your kind view. i am highly oblige. it is great for me that you think like this.
Thanks a lot again
Hello. I read your poem and I feel your heart, at least, the heart that would be reflected honestly by these words, that is, in a state of uncertainty, and I would share something with you, but these feelings cannot be expressed in words. I only hope that in your search you can be assured of something good, who will show you this with an unconditional imperative, and that you can make progress in a direction parallel to this truth, which is, if it is, very distant.
you are right kiz pawa and thanks for your view.and thanks to you b-Mental!!!!!!!
I think that the man sitting alone in his room should unglue his pants from the chair and get out there and view the world in an honest fashion. If things in life didn't go quite the way he had planned, he still has a beating heart and a thought in his head -- he can go out and try something new, right? There is always encouragement, no matter how low it gets. Sure, many will come out and swing at me about this statement, but I have not always been where I am today. Life has had its unjust times, its heartache, its everything. We have to pull ourselves together (having a friend never hurts, though) and not let it win. That is how I really really feel. There was a time when I swore that I'd never get married, but then..... I guess what the bottom line is, is that I'd encourage that man to try a different street to go down and not let where he WAS eat him alive. Sometimes a rainbow cannot be appreciated unless we let the storm occur. Something like that, man I am wordy tonight, sorry!
Umm, very much how I feel sometimes. Love it. B