Jump. Fall. Live.

Poem by: soumya wadhwa

Summary

For people who love to hope. For people who are finding hope. For people who have lost hope but are courageous enough to find it. In short, its for PEOPLE and for HOPE.

Content

Submitted: April 28, 2013

A A A | A A A

Content

Submitted: April 28, 2013

A A A

A A A


I have seen it all,

Played with every ball,

Made those necessary call,

At the edge, I stand tall.

 

I fasten the rope

Breathe in hope

Nothing left to cope

All fresh, fragrant, like soap.

 

Jump and fall and fly

So fast it all goes by

Scream and shout, not sigh

No one questioning why

 

The wind, cold, harsh, clean

Nothing, nothing at all can be seen

Yet, all of it still means

Infancy, youth and teen.

 

Good times, flash

Regrets come and crash

Tried gentle, now be rash

Add some salt, at least a dash!

 

Because in the end,

 

A gift it is,

All bliss

Never miss,

Love, Hug, Kiss!

 


© Copyright 2016 soumya wadhwa. All rights reserved.

Jump. Fall. Live. Jump. Fall. Live.

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Houses:

Details

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Houses:

Summary

For people who love to hope. For people who are finding hope. For people who have lost hope but are courageous enough to find it. In short, its for PEOPLE and for HOPE.
Share :
Twitter

Add Your Comments:

Other Content by soumya wadhwa

Add picture

Paste the link to picture in the entry below:

— or —

Drag a picture from your file manager into this box,
or click to select.

Add video

Paste the link to Youtube video in the following entry:

Existing Comments:
Bad selection

Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node.

(example of bad selection): This is bold text and this is normal text.
(example of good selection): This is bold text and this is normal text.
Bad selection

An annotation cannot contain another annotation.

Anonymous
Really delete this comment?
Anonymous
Really delete this comment?

There was an error uploading your file.


    
Anonymous