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Monday, November 4, 2013

On the Clouds (Guest Post)

This poem has been written by my cousin Ashutosh

Walked and walked
On the clouds..

Pushed by wind
Keeping moon behind
I strode along
Up and down
On curves of mist
With shady twists

Perched on a cottony cliff
I peered below
Saw a strange world
With diagrams of glow

No longer longing to go ahead
I stopped in my track
Turned my back
And..

Walked and walked
On the clouds...


13 comments:

  1. Beautiful. Reminded me of an old song by DJ Tiesto which I forgot until I read this post.
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    “I need to feel up
    Hope knows, I need it this way
    Like I'm walking on clouds
    I can't come down”

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  2. A walk in the cloud :) cute and endearing one !

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  3. Beautiful poem, Ankita! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Ankita - You have been tagged and awarded. :)

    http://jyothisdayout.wordpress.com/2013/11/05/the-liebster-award/

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  5. I want to add one more comment. This post is from Ashutosh. Thank you cousin Ashutosh for this beautiful post.

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  6. Thanks, SG, Ankur and Katrin.

    As I am too lazy to write regularly, quite infrequently something creative sprouts once in a while out of the muds of lethargy in which I keep rolling shamelessly...

    Its Ankita's generosity that she takes my musings seriously and honours them by posting them on her wonderful blog.

    Thanks for the encouraging comments.

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    1. C'on Ashu Bhaiyya! In fact you are my sweetest bro!

      :)

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  7. I have nominated you for the Liebster award

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  8. Well written, a good poem with wonderful imagination!! :)

    All the best to Ashutosh and thank you Ankita for sharing!!

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  9. Yes, Ankita clouds and rains have been attractive for imaginations for all. So you said it.Nice.

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    1. Hi Rudraprayaga

      This poem has been penned by my cousin :)

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  10. Thanks Sai and Rudraprayag! I am glad that this short poem was liked by all...

    Imagination has no limits and casual non-serious imagination is the key to creativity...:-)

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