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Do I tell you? A poem. (Blog marathon post 8)



Do I tell you?

Do I tell you about the way your eyes lit up,
With a hundred questions unasked, unanswered.
Or do I tell you about happiness multiplied manifold
With precious stolen moments, cherished, treasured.

Do I tell you about the words unsaid, but perfectly understood,
Each nuance amplified like it was on a giant billboard.
Or do I tell you about the million racing thoughts,
Whirling dervishes, a thousand stories enacted untold.

Do I tell you about the placid lake, blueness unbound,
And the sun that played truant when the clouds danced.
Or do I tell you about racing heartbeats uncontained,
Gratitude, sheer contentment and bliss, triply enhanced.

Do I tell you about   the cherished memories made today,
For a while ,when the world outside stayed across the boundary.
Or do I tell you that narratives are only for prose
And a perfect day like this was nothing but sheer poetry.
  
© 2014 Preeti Shenoy
 

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Comments

  1. mam it's an excellent piece of art! truly mesmerized by the beauty of some notes like happiness multiplied multitude with precious stolen moments, sun playing truant, world outside stayed across the boundary!

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  3. Do i tell you? I need to tell you that this is a meaningful piece of poetry. I went through it many times to feel those words. Good work!

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  4. Lucky and gifted if you can see life like this at such a young age

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  5. Beautifully written. I get more and more inspire, every time i go through your blog.

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  6. Beautifully written. I get more and more inspiration, every time i go through your blog.

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  7. beautiful :) luv it :)

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  8. Well written. I am going to save this on my mobile so that I can read it everyday.

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  9. I'm not someone who loves poetry but reading your poems/blogs/stories always bring a smile to my face.. keep the good work going... :) :)

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