Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Friday, February 20, 2015
12:00 PM 100 voices speak for compassion, compassion, creative writing, humanity, love, poem, poems, Poetry, power of love 18 comments
Maybe there’s a world hidden,
from scornful eyes of WE,
Where echoes electric laughter,
And compassion runs free.
Bestowed with immense power of love,
Yet WE choose to burn,
Acidic words, bathed in blood,
Drowning in a lost cavern.
Feel the slow lub-dub of heartbeat,
When someone yearns to live,
the lone screams of depressed,
Or warm breath on cold streets.
Spreading smiles don’t cost a thing,
WE need a little more cheer,
And then maybe you would too,
Wipe away few tears.
When fall the walls of animosity,
To awakened voices, do listen!
You might hear a whispering heart,
Gently mending the broken.
This post is written as a part of 1000 Voices Speak for Compassion, where bloggers all over the world are spreading the unanimous feeling of compassion.
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Tuesday, February 10, 2015
3:17 PM abstract poem, creative creative, free verse, freedom, life, magpie tales, Poetry, rebel, short poems, society, struggle 14 comments
In the random clamour of colors
and dreams unspoken,
I shed inhibitions.
The angels have long stopped,
watching over me, listlessly flying,
mocking too, maybe!
Meanwhile I climb back,
the spiraling staircase,
trading my wings, for a step or two.