Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Keep Hopes Alive.....



Keep Hopes Alive..

Wake-up, wake-up
O’ little flower
Smile, smile
O’ little flower

Fill the air
With fragrance rare
Glow, glow,
O’ little flower
Smile, smile
O’ little flower

As the darkness descends
The Sun will go
Moon shall come
Walking soft and slow

Don’t get disheartened
When the owl toots
Just be in touch
With your own roots

For it shall be
Another day tomorrow
Keep hopes alive
We’ll meet to say ‘Hello’
Bloom, bloom
O’ little flower
Smile, smile
O’ little flower

12 comments:

  1. gem of words stitched together makes it a garland of poem.

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  2. "Don't get disheartened when owl toots, Just be in touch with your roots" -- Beautiful.

    Thank you.

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  3. Thanks Rajat and Harshadji, good to see you around always encouraging..this was one of my initial writings which I had liked a lot .. .. Rajat, hope you read all that I wrote on my mail..yet, I know we all are on our paths..

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  4. The fourth para is very beautiful

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  5. Rameshji, truly beautiful poem.. I enjoyed reading this fantabulous work..

    --Someone is Special--

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  6. Aww.. this was so sweet and inspiring... and in a light and musical way too! Really enjoyed the rhythm to it..
    So nicely done done, Ramesh..
    Days and nights come and go.. we sure need to keep our hopes alive.. that's the key indeed!

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  7. Don’t get disheartened
    When the owl toots
    Just be in touch
    With your own roots..

    cheerful words, cute entry, enjoyed every single line of it.
    Happy Potluck!

    A+

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  8. enjoyable poem loved the feel of it

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  9. Very nice. I enjoyed reading this one.

    Teresa

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  10. Lovely...a soothing musical touch palpable in your lines..and it exudes with sheer simplicity and innocence of a child..
    Kudos to you, Mister Bard...
    Regards~ Sayandeep

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  11. I love the simplicity of this poem and delighted to have found this blog.
    Maureen
    http://wwworphanstones.blogspot.com

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