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Y/. The Wondrous Story Of Clara - Poem by Aufie Zophy

This is about Clara who was a tiny drop of water
A good girl, followed what her father taught her
She lived in the ocean, was happy and full of cheer
Until one day, what happened to her, oh dear?

One day she basked near the surface of the sea
In the sunshine, enjoying all the warmth and energy
But of this energy she got too much, there’s no denying
She evaporated and found herself soon flying.

She flew and flew, far and through the wind so high
She wondered where, oh where to, shall I fly
She gathered with other drops of water in a cloud
Wind pushing her over the land where she rained out

Little Clara ended up in drinking water for a man
Think about little Clara’s fate, imagine if you can
After passing through his mouth, stomach and gut
She entered a warm red fluid, they called it blood

She was carried through vessels thin and long
What an experience, she did not cry, she was strong
When she passed the brain, out of the vessels she went
Yes our brain consists of water, about seventy percent

In the brain she seemed to settle down and stay
She started to enjoy it there more day by day.
She was in the brain of a man, his name was John
And listen to what the man, named John has done

John was a charitable man, doing many a good deed
He liked so much to help those who were in need
Whenever he did so, his brain was a fantastic place to be
Clara enjoyed the love and peace and tranquillity

Once when John was praying to the universal Soul
His brain was at peace and it felt sooo good for all,
That another little drop of water, named Molly
Started to spontaneously dance of joy and jolly

All drops of water in John’s brain took a stance
And joined Molly in her fantastic dance
They were dancing for quite a while
That night John slept with a great smile

One time when John was in deep meditation
The thoughts of John emitted a bright radiation
Clara and Molly who had become each other’s friend
Enjoyed the clear light and wished it not to end

When John was sick and was about to die
The two friends dreaded to say goodbye
But somehow they had to leave John’s brain
They left his body and again became drops of rain

They fell in a small brook that swelled in the monsoon
And with millions of companions they reached a river soon
In the river they travelled steadily for hundreds of miles
And when they saw the ocean, they were all in smiles

They travelled to great depths of the sea
And enjoyed their origin ecstatically
When they told their friends about the adventure and the fun
The friends decided to go immediately basking in the sun.



Aufie Zophy,
Bachok, June 2013


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Comments about Y/. The Wondrous Story Of Clara by Aufie Zophy

  • Rookie Bommakanti Srinivas Chakravarthi (11/25/2013 8:45:00 AM)

    boring poem make readers certainly sick (Report) Reply

    2 person liked.
    9 person did not like.
  • Veteran Poet - 1,734 Points Sally Plumb Plumb (10/14/2013 3:56:00 AM)

    I didn't read it all .... about halfway... it was a very interesting piece. I shall come back to it. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 197 Points Spiritual Seeker (7/15/2013 5:40:00 AM)

    Those little clara...water droplets,
    the basis of life itself,
    in torrents, they gush and kills,
    other times, they gently wash and heals!

    Beautiful write Hans! ! A 10. (Report) Reply

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Poems About Water

  1. 1. Y/. The Wondrous Story Of Clara , Aufie Zophy
  2. 2. **tribal Ways (Karez* Of Dabkot*) , Sadiqullah Khan
  3. 3. I Love That Dirty Water! (The Standells) , Joe Rosochacki
  4. 4. Falling , James Dickey
  5. 5. Water (Children's Day Special) , Tribhawan Kaul
  6. 6. Water , Secret Agent
  7. 7. Water , Adelaide Rhead
  8. 8. The Odyssey , Homer
  9. 9. Water , Mr. Bean
  10. 10. A Sprinkler , Mr. Bean
  11. 11. Aqua , Mr. Bean
  12. 12. My Quest To Be Water , Aftab Alam
  13. 13. Water (Sonnet) , Kumarmani Mahakul
  14. 14. Millions Of Water Drops , Morhardt Carmen Mencita Mono ..
  15. 15. Blackwater , Joe Rosochacki
  16. 16. Jungle Juice In Our Tap Water , Joe Rosochacki
  17. 17. Drinking Water Bottles , Kumarmani Mahakul
  18. 18. Keep Water Out , hasmukh amathalal
  19. 19. In Water , Amin Kamil
  20. 20. Water Lilies , Alan Alexander Milne
  21. 21. Water Water Turbulent Water , gajanan mishra
  22. 22. Drops Of Water. , Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  23. 23. Tiny Drop , Narendra Kuppan
  24. 24. The Song Of Hiawatha Viii: Hiawatha's Fi.. , Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  25. 25. The Odyssey: Book 5 , Homer
  26. 26. Pools Of Water (Revised) , Heather Burns
  27. 27. A Melodrama In A T.V. Channel , Rajaram Ramachandran
  28. 28. Nothing Is , hasmukh amathalal
  29. 29. A Dream Of Water Moon! , Ramesh T A
  30. 30. The Song Of Hiawatha X: Hiawatha's Wooing , Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  31. 31. Reflections On The Water , Glenn McGahan
  32. 32. Water!--Oh! Water For Me , John Pierpont
  33. 33. The Song Of Hiawatha Ix: Hiawatha And Th.. , Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  34. 34. Ph: Nature: Canoeing The Mississippi , Brian Johnston
  35. 35. A Lecture On Focus , Martin Harrison
  36. 36. She Says All Women Are Liquid , Eric Paul Shaffer
  37. 37. Water -Everywhere , gajanan mishra
  38. 38. Water For Life , Harshit Sheth
  39. 39. A World Without Water , Angela Wybrow
  40. 40. A Tale Of Six Cities , Dónall Dempsey
  41. 41. Water Purity , Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  42. 42. We'Re All Fishing In The Muddy Water , MOHAMMAD SKATI
  43. 43. Empty Life , MOHAMMAD SKATI
  44. 44. World Water Day, Today , Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  45. 45. To Drink , gajanan mishra
  46. 46. A Drop Of Water In A Glass Of Water , MOHAMMAD SKATI
  47. 47. Water, Water And Water , gajanan mishra
  48. 48. And What Is Water , gajanan mishra
  49. 49. The Dying Soldier , Isaac Rosenberg
  50. 50. Breakfast , Martin Harrison
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