ist2_2990457_sunset_and_tree_vector1.jpgThey could hear 

Only the singing of birds on my branches

They never heard the breaking of my branches

 With no fruits, no flowers

My leaves were shed

And soon My branches will fall

And I will disappear from the vision

And another will sprout in my place

 I didn’t bear any flowers

To spread the fragrance

But the thorns

Which spread the pain

 But I will remain in

The heart of the one

Who nurtured me

 With love



8 responses to this post.

  1. good concept and flow of thought. But need to brush up the language used a bit 🙂 I liked it though


  2. Posted by allirekha on August 1, 2007 at 2:40 pm

    how can we brush up the language of heart? ;-)………….thank you friend 4 ur coment n advice


  3. celebration of gloom …..
    i would love to see a occasional
    positive aspect


  4. I quite like the thoughts behind this. It’s a beautiful idea that you express. I do find it a little too gloomy in general, but you have put in moments of hope in a brilliant manner. For example,

    another will sprout in my place.


  5. Posted by allirekha on August 2, 2007 at 12:50 pm

    Thank You Yogesh And Ritwik for ur coment
    And you will find the poem ofcourse gloomy coz i wrote that wen i was gloomy ;-)……….
    And Ritwik I feel ur supporting me a looooot through ur comments.


  6. Thank you! Believe me when I say that the pleasure has been mine. 🙂


  7. keep it up 🙂


  8. Posted by muraliduvvuri on July 20, 2009 at 2:21 pm

    nice post!
    I would love to invite you to write a post on my just-born blog “Tatsat” when you´ve gotten over your writer´s block!

    We are trying to start this blog to encourage more responsible consumerism among the people, more eco-friendly, socio-economically conscious consumption habits.

    Here is my nascent blog, do tell us if you are interested!


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