Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Betrayal.

© Written by Tarang Sinha






Life seemed marooned
No love and care for her.
Loneliness crept in her life,
And lost its color.

Breaking the rules of the wedlock,
She dared to walk on the path of betrayal.
Her heart drawn inexplicably…
…towards a stranger,
This novel feeling was giving her jitters.

Unlike her hubby,
He showed a great affection and heed.
A friend, and companion,
She positively need.

He entered in her life,
Like a dream.
Scourge of solitude…
Transformed into gleam.

 Laughter echoed,
And bliss shrouded like golden rays.
Night became dreamy and…
…charming are the days.

But…
… she wondered,
What will she get from this emotion?
Perhaps,
She was walking on an endless path,
Which might’ve no destination.




Prompt@: Magpie Tales
                    Jingle poetry
                   One Single Impression



22 comments:

  1. Interesting!Wonderful take on the prompt.

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  2. no destination?

    maybe.
    dynamic and fine write.
    Thanks for sharing..

    A++

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  3. Thank you so much uma.a & Jingle :)

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  4. an exciting path it may be, but where does it lead, indeed...

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  5. Interesting take... bewildered by the lack of a destination, but yet I see destinations even in the small momentary pauses on the paths of life.

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  6. A poignant story, well written and touching.

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  7. Good take on the prompt, I want to know what happens next!

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  8. A path with no destination? Imagine that...

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  9. This was just fantastic, Tarang!! We humans have a habit of analyzing situations a tad too much...don't we?! :)
    I only hope she goes with the moment, and lives her life the way she WANTS to!
    I really liked your take on the prompt, my friend.. very very interesting and great food for thought!

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  10. @ Shadow, Reflections, Tumblewords & Moonlitpoetic : Thank you so much :)

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  11. @ 120Socks : Hmmm I'll have to think. Thanks. :)

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  12. @ Sioux Roslawski & Gautami: Thanks.

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  13. Thank you so much Kavita! I'm glad you liked it. Your comment is very encouraging.

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  14. awesome journey. your poem seduces
    the readers thoughts - to what if,
    well-done.

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  15. Very thoughtfully crafted. Liked it.

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  16. It can scare a person to walk toward the unknown all alone

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  17. Beautiful poem, but she might find her destination.

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    1. Maybe. I'm glad you liked this poem Vandana. Thank you!:)

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