forgottenmeadows

thoughts from my mind to yours


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Broken Rhythm

There was that broken rhythm
between you and I
that uncommon cosmic connection
like the sound of quiet rain on sunshine
there was that broken rhythm
between you and I
that was a constant in the universe
for which the world took leaps
just to get a day more…

of that broken rhythm,

between you and I.

poetry and image copyright neha 2016

poetry and image copyright neha 2016


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Calling all creative minds to a poetic collaboration – “while you were away”

And here is the fabulous collaboration! Thank you to all who participated 🙂 Please feel free to share on your own blogs and with friends 🙂

forgottenmeadows

 image copyright neha 2015 image copyright neha 2015

Hi Everyone,

I thought I would start my first collaboration for this year. This time the prompt will be “while you were away”. As usual, I will start off, and you can join in by posting your additions in the comments. You can see a past example of a collaboration via this link: 

I will take comments in the order they come. Each contributor will be listed at the bottom in the same color as their addition. You can contribute more than once if inspiration strikes. I will have this open till the end of February. Thank you all and hope to see you all join in! Please share the event with others who may be interested. 🙂

While you were away…

the night retired for the day

the colors changed

and the leaves swayed,

with the wind…

while you were away.

They all looked for him…

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Fifteen Years

Fifteen years have come and gone…

since I have seen your face,

seen you smile,

heard your voice…

Fifteen years have come and gone,

but I think of you with every sunrise

I hear your voice in my heart

and I miss you, dadubhai. 

 

poetry and image copyright neha 2016

poetry and image copyright neha 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is in honour of my dadubhai ( grandpa) who passed away fifteen years ago…I had written this piece at the time of his passing Walks in the Dawn …I was fifteen at the time…I cannot believe it has been so long but he will forever remain in my heart.