Morning Poetic friends !
Hope you enjoyed the Poetry Picnic sharing , caring and more over developing into a friendly community together.We at Gooseberry Garden enjoyed each of your poetic talents and are amazed with the use of words in your poems .This day , one poem honors to be displayed here and here we go ....
Our choice of the winner for this week theme is Boulevardofhopes
Smiles And Tears
As she lay her eyes on the sparkling diamond in his hand,
she could hardly believe, it was happening & she would need, for him, a band!
Little did she realise, it wasn't for her,
until he said-" What would she say? Tell me, as if you it were..."
The smile faded, the sparkle in her eyes died..
In the end, it was her who cried.
Forever alone, she felt herself to be..
incapable she'd become to feel the love that everyone else could see..
She said to the empty heart in her sleep,
"how do I 'move on' when in remembrance I weep.."
She'd lived all she wanted to,
there was no purpose, nothing more to do..
She moved to a new city; changed workplaces,
yet everything still carried his traces..
what he would have said, what he'd have done..
The same scent, the same voice in her head; With him everywhere, how far could she run?
She stopped one day, sat by the waves,
thinking of him and what she craves..
It wasn't love, it wasn't him, it wasn't memories, not the promises;
she just wanted his presence like water in the crevices..
that comes and goes, but never stays..
the shore never has any hopes to raise
like the wind that blows
to hear little trivia on the long long walk,
to see him everyday & to share ghost stories for hours,
bicker over tea or coffee & whether he's really from Mars!
She's living in a vaccum, with no rescue,
There's only darkness, but maybe with a silver hue!
The above Poem written by The Twenties Girl
I am Umamaheswari Anandane ,the owner of Inside My Poem Book and Perpetual Mind , feels honored to be a part of the Jingle poetry reading and selecting poems from amazing writers everywhere.
Lets encourage each other and grow together !
Uma @ (http://umaspoembook.blogspot.com/)