Blank Pages

Blank pages
gently kiss my imagination,
inspiration strikes!
Flames of words flare up
and soar across
loose leaf sheets

inspired thoughts
flow not through a pen
but are gracefully realeased
throught the heartfelt
ink flow of a poet's soul

deeply felt
chapters of our lives
we abandon out bodies
for brief monents
writing verses
with freedom of soul

tightrope words
effortlessly race
across blank pages
filling each line
with a renwed passion

Aged expressions
are baked in the ovens
of our fraigle souls
until they're just right
and ready to enchant the cosmos
and illumiante the dark forest of life

by Nicole GravellPellerino

Comments (12)

Your poem is an excellent message for peace. The question is- do we really have to fight for peace? What means peace? ''Freedom from disturbance; tranquillity.''(Oxford Dictionary) Another question is- how can we live peacefully as long as we have to fight? I think that humans do not need stress, but they are chronically stressed and they live in a decompensated state of being. They cannot feel this peace inside, any longer, even they need it so desperately.
a poem for the common man to listened too instead of being used and manipulated? ........superbly written.
Beautiful poem capturing the human existence in struggle and survival of the fittest. Ty for sharing.
We, common men, want to live peacefully in our land of a distinct faith and harmony.. Though 90% of our prayers are not answered by all Gods of various religions, we still go to them for moral support. What is the point of calling someone/s dear Gods as useless? Is there any useful Gods in the heaven and the earth? The Anger of a common Indian man is well depicted in this poem, even to the extend of insulting our home grown religion which is the oldest as well as the scientifically proven religion of the world.. Thank you Pranab K for your outburst which holds the peace and love as the scuff holding of the society.! !
We, common men, want to live peacefully in our land of a distinct faith and harmony.. Though 90% of our prayers are not answered by all Gods of various religions, we still go to them for moral support. What is the point of calling someone's dear Gods as useless? Is there any useful Gods in the heaven and the earth? The Anger of a common Indian man is well depicted in this poem, even to the extend of insulting our home grown religion which is the oldest as well as the scientifically proven religion of the world.. Thank you Pranab K for your outburst which holds the peace and love as the scuff holding of the society.! !
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