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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

If Tears could....


If tears could beget peace
Shed them
If tears could melt the brute
Shed them
If tears could erase boundaries
Shed them
If tears could cleanse you
Shed them



The hand that holds you takes the feet ahead
Come out afresh, alive and clear
Tears
The remnants of a receding oasis
An extinct sensitivity
The saline flavor of humanity
The warmth of love
Shed them
They come through the eyes
But belong to the being
The tears that fall on the words on a page burn the words
Words are not from dictionary
They are the waves of sensitivity around and available to the sensitive

Shed all that hold your tears
Shed tears 
                                                                                  -by Santhosh Kumar Kana

8 comments:

asim prasad said...

"The tears that fall on the words on a page burn the words
Words are not from dictionary
They are the waves of sensitivity around and available to the sensitive"
loved these lines..great piece of writing..very sensitive

Ankit Verma said...

Loved it "Words are not from dictionary
They are the waves of sensitivity around and available to the sensitive
"
great poem sir.

Vandana said...

So beautifully said. Wonderful writing Santhosh.

Hardik Bothra said...

Words are not from dictionary
They are the waves of sensitivity around and available to the sensitive"

Best lines, esp. when you can feel it. Felt something like this recently, so i can feel the poem, esp. the above line.your feelings are woven with your words in this poem. Amazing

Shraddha Gautam said...

awsomeness unlimited !! gr8 poetry sir..touched

Shreya Agrawal said...

Never read something like this before... It is a beauty.

cool192Sriman said...

Sir beautiful poem ..............
heart touching great meanings esp the lines the tears that fall on a page burn the words............

cool192Sriman said...

beautiful piece of writing sir......
really heart touching and great words esp the line "the tears that fall on a page burn the words"