sarojini pattayat

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Bit by bit
Time plays the game
how can i win
that is my aim.
Can you ever
join in my pursuit
to discover
what the floating cloud says
what the lonely bird think
what the time play
a bitter
but sweeter too
it is own taste of life.
Weird thought
duffer talks
a trap
or a beautiful hedge of thorn
the life
somewhere jasmine withers in summer
somewhere lotus waits from ages
to love the smiling sun;
Oh!
bit by bit
time passes with satires
and a lot of laughs
a challenge i think
Can you please
join me
and walk side by side
to overcome the fear and win the race? ? ? ?

Submitted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013

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by sarojini pattayat.29/05/2013

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  • Bronze Star - 2,940 Points Lorraine Colon (5/28/2013 2:19:00 PM)

    This is a beautiful poem. I love the lines to discover what the floating cloud says, and what the lonely bird thinks It reminds me to be more conscious of things going on around me, not just my own little part of the world. Very nice. (Report) Reply

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