Obscurity

Nivedita Barkhade 1984 (Chhindwara)



Even the dark has its own fun
The beauty of nature is lost in the glare of this light
Can't remember when I met those twinkling stars in the open sky
The light without which we can't spend a moment
Firefly's glow is lost in that light
I miss that dark, When you used to hear different stories from grandmother in the courtyard of the house
Then it seemed that the night would not end,
where to find that neem tree, Who had tied everyone together with his sweet cold winds,
We are lost in the crowd of this world, Where there is a lot of happiness but where to find peace....

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Maybe you have to know the darkness before you appreciate the light

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Written on October 04, 2022

Submitted by niveditab786 on October 30, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme ABCDBEFGH
Closest metre Iambic octameter
Characters 574
Words 114
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 9

Nivedita Barkhade

Writer live in Barwani Madhya Pradesh Her blog covers poetries, stories which are based on her experience and true incidents.she has learned a lot about the world of blogging since she first came here in 2018.she has always enjoyed writing. blogging has put her in touch with number of other writers many of whom have been supportive and help her with her writing. She lead a happy life and always try to stay positive  and always motivates people with her positive and progressive thoughts. more…

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