Homecoming short poem

The wind chime’s ceramic pings
Announces her arrival
Sunlight streaming through her window
Breathes life into her dormant room

My heart is coming home again!

I will not cling
I will not cry
I will not let sadness
Tinge our goodbye
For she will be here once more
When winter drifts in through her door
Setting her wind chimes aflutter once again…

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Chandrama Deshmukh

Hey @Anjana_Dutt
I am a fan of your writing.
Beautiful thoughts, vivid imagery and such ease of word flow.
I crave for more. Do share some more poems. Waiting 🙂


Simple but beautiful poem…



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