malini kadir

Rookie - 39 Points (17th october / Nagapatinam, a coastal port, Tamilnadu, India NOW RESIDING IN TRICHY)

Holding a mock poll


Holding a mock poll

Holding a mock poll
My head and heart
Is jubilantly at war
Lady to the power?
Will the artistic fingers of spring
Wave away the gloom?
Will the pressures of errant rains
Suffice to wet the needs?
Marches on with dignity
The trails of March!
Financial year to its taxing end!
Man glued to his troubles
Plodding on....
Dismal and bleak the landscape
Through the lens of microscopic thoughts
Seasons will change
And will soon turn for the better!
With Hope dancing in twilight
Little colour to add
To nature's spring
Hands bond by duty
Little time to gardens tend!
Mock poll
On the effects of challenges
Of our times
Gets you sooner
Out of my arms
Driving the high ways
On busy metropolis
As I polish the silver
To realise
The worth of our old friendship
With Longing nostalgia! !
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~malinikadir!

Submitted: Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Edited: Sunday, May 16, 2010

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