Every Tuesday, we would be sharing a prompt to ignite your creative side. This week, write a poem or a verse on memories!
Memories can make you happy or sad? What is the best memory you ever had? Or maybe the worst one? What feelings, emotions do these memories bring in you?
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My take on the prompt: Memories
“As I Rekindle with my Memories” by Saurabh Chawla
The sunkissed leaves
Said something to me
I can hear them murmur
And feel the pain as they bereave
The trees dance to the melodies
As I sat there, below them
Have I been here before?
As I rekindle with my memories!
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The river of life keeps flowing
While memories in different hues
Become beautiful pebbles, shimmering…
Ah! A handful of them, held close
Moments dripping from each pebble…
Slithering away are some smiles
Laughter, anger, desolation
Teardrops, solitude, and silences too…
Some blush, like the dew-kissed roses
Intoxicating love, music-filled heart
Myriad memories unfold
As each pebble whispers its name
The colors are silk and honey to the ear…
The river still flows…
More and more pebbles
Wrapped in perpetual moisture
Scented by nostalgia…
To carry them all
Or leave them behind
Both weigh the same…
Like stolen kisses
Hidden memories are sweeter
When we seek
When we forget
They bloom like these countless pebbles
Making the river blush
For a moment
The flow becomes love
Lovely Poem, Madhumathi! Thanks for your comment. 🙂
Thank you very much. Always a joy, to write for Storizen. 🙂
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