Fog and Away


fog

Early i was up, lost in thoughts,
Gazing through the window.

Amidst the mist my fingers moved and painted,
Symbol of immoral on window glass.

I sit on my bed watching the fog disappear,
Washing away the symbol at gentle pace.

I guess the darkness is over; forever,
I mourn with joy!

Darkness is a fog, wait it will disappear,
Sheds light, bright and clear.

Poem Form: Elegy and Device: Metaphor.Β  More details can be found HERE.

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17 thoughts on “Fog and Away

  1. Hi Prakash

    I am in awe of your poetry. It gives me something to aspire to. I (and probably the rest of your readers) would love to know more about how you weave your magical verses. I was recently nominated for a special kind of β€˜award’ called Virtual Blog Tour that lets one share more than just list blogs we like and I would like pass on a nomination to you (Link to my post: https://ruthspoetry.wordpress.com/2015/02/20/blog-tour-award-and-sisterhood-of-the-world-bloggers-award/ Here are the rules if you’d like to accept:

    1. Pass the tour on to up to four other bloggers. Give them the rules and a specific Monday to post.

    2. Answer four questions about your creative process which lets other bloggers and visitors know what inspires you to do what you do:

    β€’What am I working on at the moment?
    β€’How does my work differ to others in my genre?
    β€’Why do I write/create what I do?
    β€’How does my writing/creative process work?

    3. Compose a one-time post which is posted on a specific Monday (date given from your nominator).

    The date I would like you to post on – 09 March

    Also please don’t feel obliged to do anything. The essence of the matter is that I am a fan and would love to know more about your creative process.

    Best regards always,
    Ruth.

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