A wait

June 10, 2011
By NehaThakur BRONZE, New Delhi, Other
NehaThakur BRONZE, New Delhi, Other
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Favorite Quote:
'A word is dead when it is said some say,
I say it just begins to live that day'


7th February, 2009

I saw a fire shivering,
in that biting cold,
as she continued heating night,
itself being on threshold,
of dying,
in a wait,
of that sun which would,
have her completely burnt,
embracing all her err,
when her painful thorny flames,
would not be considered,
and he'll expend her,
into his rays immortal,
when she'll lie,
like a bacchant unruffled,
in the warmest of the laps from the breath squeezing cold,
and not a single gap would detach,
their intermingled souls.


The author's comments:
Writing for those girls who while enduring suffering (emotional, physical) at home, outside, constantly being nagged for their shortcomings cherish a hope and keep it alive, to one day have a person in their lives who'd accept them without any condition and love them like 'princess' of the world.....

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on Jun. 25 2011 at 8:10 am
NehaThakur BRONZE, New Delhi, Other
2 articles 0 photos 5 comments

Favorite Quote:
'A word is dead when it is said some say,
I say it just begins to live that day'

Written when I was in tenth grade the word selection might seem a tad gibberish....the shortest poem written in the shortest period by me...that is in two minutes...the time it took a flame to quiver...


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