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Limit Of Wish

Rating: 5.0

Up to the skies
From these lands
The world I find
Through my eyes
Can I pack
All in my hands!
If I were blind
I would wish...
How much black!

Thursday, August 18, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: thought
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Siddartha Montik 05 December 2016

such short lines with great truths! Loved enjoying! thanks for sharing friend.10+++

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Geetha Jayakumar 02 September 2016

A beautiful poem reflecting in different angles. If sky is the limit for our wish, then I just wonder where would be. Our wish should be limited. Loved reading it.

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Valsa George 25 August 2016

When we see much, there will be the desire in us to grab more....... If we are blind, the desire in us will be limited...... Happy is the one content with what he has! A poem that communicates a lot! A 10

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Akhtar Jawad 19 August 2016

Limit of wish varies according to our approach, the thought nicely presented in a wonderful short poem.

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Nosheen Irfan 18 August 2016

A profound philosophical write. It's short but contains a lot. Enjoyed reading v much.10

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Mj Lemon 11 July 2017

The hope and the wish. Perhaps their unity represents the demise of boundaries, and frees the spirit. This is terrific work, Ali.

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Chinedu Dike 08 February 2017

An insightful train of thought nicely brought forth from the heart with conviction. A beautiful poem indeed. Thanks for sharing Ali.

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Akhtar Jawad 05 February 2017

Thoughts have no limits, and so are the wishes, no harm in wishing something that is apparently impossible. Nothing is impossible in dreams. A nice thought provoking poem.

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Valsa George 26 January 2017

We may see many beautiful things.....but we cannot hold everything that we wish to possess! We have to set a limit for our wishes, so that we will not be disappointed! Wisely put!

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Susan Williams 29 December 2016

Yes! Yes, yes, yes! ! ! I like what you said and how you said it.This shows a master poet at the wheel, hands steadying the poem. Well done, my friend!

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