On life’s meaningful pauses

We’re weightless

As we ride kites into the sunset

On bleeding fingertips around the string,

Running the ins and outs of our verbal textures,

Until there is no more life to waste on.

There is a neon bar inside the topology

Of the flight, leading all wingless lovers

To make believe well-adjusted, invisible

Hugs and torching gazes into the psychology

Of being unseen.

Still, if I can hardly ever hold you inside

The spelling intricacy of me,

How can I breathe breathless into the air of you?

 

 

10 thoughts on “On life’s meaningful pauses

  1. JonyBoy

    When there is no love left within, we fly aimlessly in the sky as kites with broken strings. loved the imagery. Enjoyed it.

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  2. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for April 2015 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . Poem of the Month ..** Ashtavakra – Vineetha Mekkoth **…..In the Category of Highly Commended ( Tabulated alphabetically ) are the following…..** An Bothar (The Road) – John Anthony Fingleton **…..** Dissolve in me – Rashmi Malapur **…..** Fifty Feathers for my Flight – Iulia Gherghei **…..** Fight of Shadows – Neetu Wali **…..** Fireflies of Time – Maaya Dev **…..** Flowers in a pot – Sunil Sharma **…..** Impaled – Elizabeth Hexberg **…..**Memories – Santosh Bakaya **…..** (The) Minion – Nalini Srivastava **…..**Mortgage Your Blood – Tapeshwar Prasad **…..** On Life’s Meaningful Pauses – Witty Fay **…..** Tunes of Ruin – Rehka Moothedoth **…… ICOP CRITIC Award for April goes to..Pramila Khadun & Maaya Dev.

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