Unknown Path

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Just a reflection of the mindset, which is trapped in ancient traditions and customs.

Submitted: May 15, 2012

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An Unknown Path

Green Leaves dancing on the tunes of virgin breeze, walking under the clear sky;

In search of something I don’t know why? Lost in my own world as I hear the birds sing,

Pardon me dad if I missed the gate where the church bell rings.

Tango of light on the mountain sheet, enigmatic patterns a visual treat;

Poetry sung through the lovers eyes, feeling of warmth when they hug you tight,

Sorry Mom, I might be wrong, but stones in temples don’t sing these songs.

A drop of water creating ripples in the ocean, a careless eagle enjoying her flight in an elegant motion;

At times I hear a voice, which says picture is perfect if it’s not messed from inside.

Forgive me society if I decide to walk on my own road, as I refuse to believe in imagination you call GOD.


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