Abhilaasha Singh


Storm Before Spring


You could be like snow,
Cold and beautiful
or you could be like fire,
Warm and full of life.
You could fear for hate,
with all your might.
Or you could live in love
glorious, sanctified.

You could hold his hand
and not know where to go
Or together chase dreams
till the end of the road
You could trade for laughter
inherited pain
With due course of time
Feel whole again.

Trust the stars
to brighten your way
Grow together
Make new mistakes.
And if the world falls to darkness
let your heart guide the way
You'd be the same, tomorrow
Yet different from yesterday.

Submitted: Friday, May 16, 2014
Edited: Friday, May 16, 2014

Topic(s): love


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