Thursday, 16 July 2015

Freedom : An Unchained Soul


Wandering on the secluded lane,

No place for pain, no need to explain.

Leaving the vain, living back again.


Pasture is my office, foliage is my mate. 

Let nature be the boss, leaving rest to the fate.

No fear of loss, no complain of being late.


I'm not all alone, there are plenty of shadows.

A beatific zone with animalia fellows.

Sustaining on my own in the sparkling meadows.

32 comments:
  1. Beautiful poem, Deeshani. My fav is 2nd stanza. I could feel every lines. Nicely done. :)

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    1. Thanks a lot. Glad to see you here. Keep visiting. :)

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  2. This is amazing poetry. Loved it. I agree with Ravish. I read the 2nd para thrice. You and your poetries are awesome dear. Much love :)

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    1. Thank you so very much dear :) Your kind words always motivate me to grow as a poet. Hugs. :)

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  3. i like how words rhyme :) beautiful :)

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  4. This is amazing Deeshani! I started liking poetry now :)

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    1. That's a big compliment for me as a poet. Thank you so much Debajyoti. :)

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  5. lovely poem Deeshani :-) love the last line :-)

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  6. I'm not all alone, there are plenty of shadows.

    So true.

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      Thanks for stopping by. :)

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  7. The freedom is indeed with nature! Nicely done :)

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  8. Nature should be the boss by all means. :)
    Well written Deeshani.

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  9. A very nice one Deeshani, the calm in a rustic life, so close to nature and so close to oneself. It brings out some very innocent emotions :)

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    1. I'm so glad to know that Vinay. Thank you so much for stopping by. :)

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  10. Beautifully penned down Deeshani... you incorporate the true essence of nature & its beauty in your poetry. Loved how you ended it all the more. <3

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  11. I liked the rhythm and the tempo...good work.

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  12. this comes as a masterpiece from your side Deeshani... I will call this "a writer's write up" indeed...

    " Pasture is my office, foliage is my mate.

    Let nature be the boss, leaving rest to the fate.

    No fear of loss, no complain of being late. "

    what a beautiful composition is this... hats off to you...

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  13. So nicely said about the meaning of Freedom.. Very much right thoughts!

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    1. Thank you so much, Sir. I'm very glad to know your views on it. :)

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  14. "Leaving the vain, living back again."- I'll remember this line for long...beautifully penned... :-)

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    1. Awww.. Hearing this from you is a huge complement ;) thanks a lot... :)

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