Ashram Ashram


HOPE AND DESPAIR


HOPE AND DESPAIR

Hope and despair tides of emotions that ebbs in heart
Adjuncts of state of affairs that arises in life’s journey
Unforeseen to the eyes circumstances causing drift of cold draft
Chilling the warm feelings freezing the thoughts that were dainty
Convoying the dubiety forking the path painting the future dark
Clouding the judgment impairing vision for making the right choice
Standing in the storms of life’s episodes sometimes in stark
Curtains closed in the middle of the act loosing voice
Frowns of fear silently staring piecing the heart like arrows
Vehement in their aches tearing the feelings to the kernel
Never letting up for a break casting shadows into tomorrows
Chaffing the confidence playing cruel tricks taking away the smile

Exhilaration to the rescue to lean on pillar of expectation
Of better things to come reason to pursue the expedition

Submitted: Friday, January 09, 2009

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  • Rookie - 39 Points Malini Kadir (1/10/2009 12:08:00 AM)

    Exhilaration to the rescue to lean on pillar of expectation
    Of better things to come reason to pursue the expedition
    nice way to sum it up...... (Report) Reply

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