A Story

A Story short poem

Photo by Rupa Panda

A story can tell,
what no one else can show

A story shares feelings,
that stay hidden away.

A story can mean,
something no one can understand.

A story can give,
something only you can receive.

A story can show,
things that only you will know.

A story can fade,
when you try to forget.

But a story will always,
be there.

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@vidushi, delightfully light and vibrant lines. The wisdom in the lines show a likeness to aphorisms. Write on.

asoke kumar mitra

very thought is beautiful. well composed.


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