Listening To The Sea – III

Listening To The Sea   III short poem

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Wandering all along the Shore
Sharing the shore with many
Hiding amongst the crabs
The shells playing hide and seek
My sore foot is caressed by the sand
Leaving an Imprint for a Moment
The tides take them away
Step by Step as I walk along
Sands of time are lost
only wisdom from the sands remains…

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Anitha Babu

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Dont want to brag about myself,am just a bundle of habits like writing,reading,cook,travel,long drive,being close to nature,munch good food, listening to Carnatic music,do something for the people than living for self.Trying to know who am I ?... Ha ha ha... Am just a bundle of habits like reading,writing,working,eating,sleeping,travelling,driving,meditation,like to do things/activities which involve people and also seeking solitude to understand self better.
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