Ajit Das


Horizon - Poem by Ajit Das

When the sky is azure blue,
the horizon draws a line
between heaven and earth.

On a misty day it gets blurred,
closing the distance, limiting
your vision: seen and unseen.

When clouds gather, erasing
the skyline, darkness descends,
enveloping the surroundings.

And, then, clouds disappear,
the dark lifts, mist clears,
the view is sunlit, unimpeded.

The curve of earth beckons.
You try to outstrip; it recedes,
alluring yet with new horizons.

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Comments about Horizon by Ajit Das

  • Sonali Ganguly (3/30/2016 10:56:00 PM)


    wonderful perception..... (Report) Reply

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  • Howard 'the motivational poet' Simon (2/8/2016 10:52:00 PM)


    A very creative composition that is really refreshing! (Report) Reply

  • Bharati Nayak (11/15/2015 8:18:00 AM)


    A stunning write..Horizon is compared to our own vision and perception.Cloudy thoughts can limit our vision and blurr the skyline.When cloud clears, it is a new horizon.
    I have posted a poem on the same topic.If find time, please read.
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  • Abdulrazak Aralimatti (11/15/2015 8:16:00 AM)


    Verily, the day and night bring about new horizons
    in our life.
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  • Edmund Strolis (11/15/2015 8:16:00 AM)


    Just as the horizon is ever changing and unattainable so seems the message of so much in life. (Report) Reply

  • (11/14/2015 10:36:00 PM)


    Beautiful and lovely poem, reminding Lord Byron's She Walk, s in beauty, .Enjoyed the poem very much. In my opinion skyline and mirage have one unique similarity. You can not catch either of them by traversing any length of distance.
    Enjoyed the theme and the poem. Thanks for sharing.10++
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  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (11/14/2015 10:24:00 PM)


    Great imagery and nice flow...I liked it. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2015



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