Thoughtful Evenings

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In a leap I plant foot on the moon and in a fall see ocean bed, 
such is the nature of thoughts; no topic, constant.
The clouds, I feel thunder within me, numb eyes losing its spark,
Drops pour down, form puddle of thoughts; cold I turn, feelings lost.
By the window side, sit a restless me, resting head on the wall,
Deeper goes sun, vanishing out; darker it turns, offers reasons to sob.
I try to be content, no grief touching my soul;
failed are the attempts when shallow breath strikes me more.
Orange, red, pink, violet; more colors that fill life
but to the lovely hues at this hour, I pay a fake smile;
Emotions paint my thoughts; what I recall is some scars, few colorful lies;
Lie- isn’t Life one? Or the existence here, a colourless truth, 
The shades of gloom and tints of joy, how much is true, what is false?-
No answer I get any day and still gaze in the zero sphere,
The moon lights up and stars blink in, I am shaken for a while,
Then I catch up with the rhythm and an open mind sets emotions free,
I know for a fact, they will return, there's yet another sunset to be! 
They are as much my friends as are foes, I haven't yet figured it out,
but I know they'll visit me, wet my eyes, freeze my soul,
with a swollen heart and sinking mind, I accept it,
For I know-Every sunset will see this, till I am gone…



Linking to weekly open link for poems in Tuesday platform at IGWRT

Comments

  1. Scars, colorful lies. This is an interesting palette.

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    1. evening is the time which spreads colours of thoughts on your mind palette :)

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  2. "The moon lights up and stars blink in" ... life is colorful, but often it is the white lights softly calling in the night sky that sooth the soul.

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  3. You've captured so well the transition btwn light and dark.

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  4. Lovely poem. I really like the transition between light and dark.

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  5. There is so much to be taught from transition between day and night.

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  6. Night and day both hold their comforts. Be not afraid.
    Kind regards
    Anna :o]

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  7. "nature of thoughts; no topic, constant" and for me ending up a thousand miles from the original thought, but that just makes it interesting.

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  8. Life pours pain out in technicolor...It is in the black and white night I can find moments of peace.

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