January 1, 2016

Lost in Transition

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Picture courtesy - Pikturenama by Anin Basu
Lost,
In the chain of thoughts,
That forms a train and chugs through my head.

Lost,
In the monotony of life,
That comes along as age passes by.

Lost,
In the colors of the day,
Changing hues and tones as the day passes away.

Lost,
In the pain of the heartbreaks,
When fate doesn’t take that turn we wished.

Lost,
In that moment,
Of joy that erupts as a volcano.

Lost,
In that minute,
When your fear clutches you tighter than your strength.

Lost,
In the aroma,
That entices you from the kitchen.

Lost,
With that person,
Who makes your heart skip a beat.

Lost,
With the dust,
That takes loved ones apart.

Lost,
Again,
Even after being found.

Lost in Transition!

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Written as a part of #FotoFriday – a monthly photo prompt initiative by the 8 awesome bloggers at #Writehouse #blogbuddy
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Photo Prompt Picture courtesy – Anin Basu from Pikturenama



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14 comments:

  1. Wow! That was amazing! Loved the unique idea, Lost in Transition!

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  2. Wow when the fear finds you before courage. This is just too beautiful to be lost in a sea of blogs.

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  3. Nice take on the prompt Sherna! We are all lost in way or the other, aren't we?

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  4. Beautiful!

    This verse will stat with me -
    'Lost,
    With the dust,
    That takes loved ones apart.'

    Lovely take on the prompt!

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  5. Lost, again, after even bring found! Brilliant ! This will stay with me for a long time :)

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  6. Beautiful take on the prompt. :)
    Like I said, I am copying this. :P

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  7. Lost in Transition! Beautiful. Indeed a unique and great initiative by WriteHouse. Look forward to more such beautiful words woven around pictures.

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  8. Wonderful and effectively balancing humor and subtle pathos! Well written Sherna!

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  9. I think poetry is your true calling. This is yet another beautiful piece :)! Way to go Sherna!

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  10. Well written... thoughts beautifully churned into words...👍

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  11. Glad to hear of this initiative by you and Writehouse. I'm happy to see such a young writer, writing in-depth...
    I think I should get back to it :)

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  12. Very nicely written poem. I can very well relate to it. You are a great poet and have inspired me.

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  13. In one breath you write about your first date and in the next, there is poetry Ambidextrous, are we?

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