Kavitha Krishnamurthy

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The Soul Within - Poem by Kavitha Krishnamurthy

On a hunt, seeking the soul
Looking for the real me

Sometimes I feel
A numb spirit, secluded soul and a diluted heart
Totally petrified and bemused
Whitewashed by the serendipity
I look for a bonfire in the murkiness
A ray to wipe out gloom
An oasis in the desert
A drizzle in my desiccated life

The season does change sometimes
I feel revived, with new foliages
Appearing in the garden of life
A tiny dropp does confiscate the parched ness
With new enthusiasm and anticipation
I do look forward
The haze wanes slowly
Life becomes somewhat explicable
It becomes a pleasurable journey

How could the soul be so rickety?
Changing forms so promptly
Making me comeback to the point
Where I started
The hunt begins again
And it does not end
Not willing to divulge
Its identity to me
The greatest of all enigmas
That I have ever seen
But I don't give up
My exploration continues...

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Comments about The Soul Within by Kavitha Krishnamurthy

  • Michael Shepherd (12/19/2006 8:44:00 AM)

    Nice thought. You might consider taking out two of those three repeated 'life/my life'? (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 11, 2010


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