For a young girl Stuti who is fond of nature
Impelled :: Healing Through DialogueFrom poem #251 - I try to move the reader even more and set out to heal through dialogue and words
For a newly met friend while contemplating on the divine and what life has in store for those who serve.
For a young girl Stuti who just dotes on her mother.
With an aside to the sorrow and grief I've seen, I finally advise the dedicated to "Know that in the end you'll find the way back to God - Upbraid him for neglecting you"
About a long awaited rain - a plea and prayer for it to fall - but with romantic overtones
To sum life up, I simply say "To know her pain is also to know her high - ya? So try to dig deep for her buried treasure"
I want to break free but it seems I lack the nerve, lead the way, help me on green pastures to serve.
After all what fun is life unless we have each otheras tether.. So make a stand to uplift each other.
Reflecting on a friend and how her poise could be the very stuff of the universe
A word of comfort to a dear friend to whom I say "Think of the secret of life, as new fields you sow, and water with your blood, sweat and tears"
For a friend to dream and dare and in thanking for making me feel loved again, as we set out to "remind the world what it always knew - that acts of caring never go amiss"
Thinking of the giants and personae (characters) in my lifetime reading fiction, I dedicated this to a friend who helped me mend. "I wait for the never ending story to lead a way out of hell, As I promised the Empress I'd create something special".
"Instead walk in your shadow, fight at your side, retrain my thought... As the warp and woof of my constructs undergo a metamorphosis... And comes out refreshed by the tender and sheer force of your love."
"Wish for different times, and that we'd strengthen anew... Each other's voice, guffawed into the night as the dew... Evaporated and gave way to a resplendent dawn bright,"
We run amok thinking this Earth to us does belong. In your despite we play with fire, not having the sense That your dreams can take us to the very heavens!
Genuinely asking a friend to share her thoughts and feelings as I realize everyone's life is in 3d - technicolor.
For a friend's daughter for her birthday, this one extra special for it reflects my love of books.
Beginning with an appreciation for distance, this poem quickly talks about how friendship can bridge any gap and quickly switches to even grander themes.