Blinding Clarity

Rating: 3.5

When you’ve lost that which was there
Much that you said had not been fair
The Sheppard had left his staff for repair
The bells had gone silent
The road had no bends
Voices in the head drove one to despair.
The grass and the leaves had fallen
And autumn harbored winter’s air.

Baru gobira July 2010

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Lalitha iyer 20 July 2010

YOu have a beautiful streak of Mystic images and baffling in depth in between your lines................your lines speak of profound philosophy and there is something more magnetic and mesmerizing in your lines deep within the lines on repeated reading of the lines than their apparent wordings..............excellent........

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Malaya Roses 18 July 2010

'When you’ve lost that which was there Much that you said had not been fair' Human shall never please with what they have but sometimes for unreal thing and Deceiving aim, they will sacrifice reality and regret later. Nice poem and this reflects of reality.

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