Moostef Vosti


Reflections Poem by Moostef Vosti


REFLECTIONS
Come to me Inspiration

The choir sang in one vocal
The song suck deep into my spirit
To give me inspiration of life

Had they been sent by his majesty
That song is a weapon to my spirit
Taking me to reminiscence
Reflections reflect and inspire me

Oh how the keyboard and the violin
Played in one tune to stir my emotion No time for bliss and glee for me
I need an intervention so do thee
Reflect your inspiration majesty

Taken aback to yesterday's pain
That ate my hopes to the marrow
That made me not see my tomorrow
Reflections...

Got oblivious of hope, love and faith
Soaked my thoughts in resentment
That lurked when I got heartached
Reflections...

So now take this emptiness....
That has been triggered by dispair
And replenish my unwavering hope
Inspiration come to me

Submitted: Sunday, June 17, 2012
Edited: Thursday, October 4, 2012
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