Meander

Meander short poem

Leaves blown asunder

Like images from a dream.

Rushing to journeys end

In life’s endless stream.

Undercurrents swirling

Dark as a cloudy day

Smooth as silk above

Warmed by the morning ray.

There comes a meander, a bend

In life’s sinuous watercourse.

An aimless idle blimp

A wander with no purpose.

Sparkling, unexpected

An unplanned leap of faith

Breaking the ennui and flow

Of life and death and fate.

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A beautifully rhythmic verse written about the times when chooses to take a leap of faith and travel an unknown path..wonderfully composed @Anjana_Dutt!

Reyvrex Questor Reyes
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A wandering on life’s course and dreams. Of course to wander is to idly walk aimless. A good rendition of the abstract aspects.

Geetha Paniker
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Beautiful.

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