Sam Raj


My Profile. 2/2


I would always doodle.
Short poems, but nerver,
Shared them with others.
And I never liked writing,
On a piece of paper.

It was easy because,
of the smart phone.
That was gifted to me,
Few months ago.
And the encouragement,
I received from a friend.
Who having seen my poems,
Insisted I share/post them.

I am really surprised?
that doodling of my mind.
Receives such reviews!

Thanks you guy's.
We'll keep in touch,
through this miracle,
of electronic medium.

Until next time, when you
Provoke my mood.
I will be there to cast my expression.
So that, entrapment of words and feelings.
Are amalgamated in the Mind.

Take care, have a wonderful,
'POETIC EXPRESSION' filled,
meaningful life.

'POERTY is a discovery,
of TREASURE, from the ruins,
of a dilapidated MONUMENTAL,
structure'.
'CALLED LIFE'.

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Topic(s): Friendship


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