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00 Writing On The Window Pane - Poem by .Pd. is here

Sitting by the window
Just a while ago
I bask in the beauty
Of the glorious snowfall show.

Every falling snowflake
Had been assigned a unique make.
Even I was unique, more so different
No one heard my voice, my world was distant.

So taking a deep breath
On the window pane I exhaled.
The clarity of the glass disappeared
A thin sheet of fog did appear.

With my index finger
I wrote on the fog.
My outlet of feelings were these
Mere writings on the window glass.

The silent voice of my writing
Lingered for a while,
Then it faded
Faded became my smile.

I wanted to reach out
To get my words heard
I wanted to voice my opinion
But I was always shunned.

For some, writing on the window pane
Is just a fun game.
But for me it was a way
To ease my pain.

Because my voice was surpressed time and again
But I could always go back to write on the window pane
For the window pane seemed dear
And the only one who would care to hear.


(! 9 April,2006)


Comments about 00 Writing On The Window Pane by .Pd. is here

  • (6/19/2007 12:18:00 PM)


    Very nice.. tranquil and contemplative. Almost surreal. Poem kept my attention waiting to discover what was written... left me wanting more of your poetry. Zen (Report) Reply

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  • Rajaram Ramachandran (8/28/2006 10:54:00 AM)


    When 'A' says, 'I will come to your house.' 'B' says 'I will write it on water.' - to mean that 'A' will never come. Similarly, here in this poem, writing on the window pane on the wet surface never stays long. So, one should write on a stone, which will remain for thousands of years. Preeti has nicely used her experience in the poem to describe the scene of snow falling on the window and outside. (Report) Reply

  • (5/12/2006 7:05:00 AM)


    this one is your best...love..nalini (Report) Reply

  • (5/11/2006 4:24:00 AM)


    heart touching is all i can say. i liked it (Report) Reply

  • (4/19/2006 1:37:00 AM)


    Praise for your charming windowpane poem.Thank you for sharing.

    Kind regards,

    Sandra Fowler
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 11, 2006


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