How shall I fill the space, you left vacant in my life? It has the shades of saffron. Are your colors still adorable? Like it had coruscated on that serene moon-lit night. Are those shades still bright? Like it had been amid chaos. Mine ain't. Your space got filled with flies as colorful as your shades and what not? I'm still frightened of them. Frightened of butterflies and why? It still is a mystery.
What if the sky was down here, beneath our foot and what if, the earth was up there, above our heads?
For the first time when the clouds got stuck above the earth amidst their racing move, they caught my attention. Shy, yet captivating they seemed worried to go through each second, as I was keenly pondering upon their structure; glad they felt it. They tried so good not to let their eyes meet mine and maybe each moment passed like an hour for 'em. Well, it didn't bother me. That was when I started this whole journey of finding out what the sky was frightened of and I realized that it is the same reason why you don't bother to fulfill your dreams, infact, you fear.
വീണപൂവ് – Veenapoovu (English: Fallen flower) is a 1907 Malayalam poem written by Kumaranasan. The poem is considered the beginning of a new era in Malayalam literature, and is one of Asan's most significant works. Legends say, that the poet saw a fallen flower on his way while walking and wrote this philosophical poem. Various translations and other artistic representations of the poem have been produced, and its centennial was celebrated in Kerala. Composed of forty-one stanzas, the poem is a philosophical treatment of death by looking at the life cycle of a flower. –Source: Wikipedia
Her is a poem from the point of view of the fallen flower, about whom Asan wrote his poem.
Often we get so much obsessed with perfections, that even the millionth reason for our dismay may be the same. ~•~•~•~•~•~ Aaarggghhh !!!! WN liked and reposted this post ♡♡ Thank you and so sweet of you ♡ 6th one