Madeeha Ayub

The real me Poem by Madeeha Ayub

Like the wish of a bud
it springs like a blooming flower
with the hope of seeing the dawn,
it rises as a sky reaching tower
a bird which soars high
to reach the first flash of the sun,
a star twinkling in the dark
finding an answer to every question.
with thoughts so deep,
like an ocean of pearls,
it glides over every path
and every moment taking new turns.
a solitudinal personality it carries,
with fake and artificial accompanies.
a purified soul i see,
because this is the real me,
the real me.

Submitted: Monday, December 27, 2010

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  • Rookie - 89 Points Mazid S Kazi INDIA (5/9/2011 8:03:00 AM)

    Nice............................................................. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (4/20/2011 4:49:00 AM)

    a star twinkling in the dark
    finding an answer to every question.
    with thoughts so deep,
    like an ocean of pearls................

    i like this everyone likes some part of their comment on my flick
    IF I AM EVER REBORN-i hope you will also like that part of life which i left for inspirations when life no more flows on or its nearing a standstill (Report) Reply

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