Dhruv Dikshit


Sea-Shore Poem by Dhruv Dikshit


Every wave from the sea,
Running towards the shore,
As if to stay with it forever.
Returns all rejected,
Only more salty and miserable,
Happy to be so, though.
The sea tries yet again,
In the form of another wave,
A never ending hope of attraction,
And a continuous failure.

The shore not at fault either,
Luring the sea towards itself,
Without knowing the depth,
Or the sparkle of the water.
Couldn’t move an inch,
To walk with the sea forever,
A decision not made by choice.
Does not hold the sea to itself,
Neither does it let go,
Probably that’s what He wanted.

The sea running towards the shore,
Knowing it would be the end,
And sighs in the form of a breeze,
At the thought of the final touch,
Every dropp awaiting the end.
Trying and denying carries on,
Till the sea dries out,
The shore stays where it was,
Beside the grave of its only lover,
As lonely as it could be.

Submitted: Friday, April 30, 2010

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  • Rookie - 3 Points Dr.tony Brahmin (5/10/2010 2:35:00 PM)

    liked these lines in ur poem

    The shore stays where it was,
    Beside the grave of its only lover,
    As lonely as it could be.
    thank u for sharing.. thank u again God bless u (Report) Reply

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