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Retension of memories

September 24, 2011
By Supriya PLATINUM, Palampur, Other
Supriya PLATINUM, Palampur, Other
20 articles 1 photo 25 comments

Favorite Quote:
Poetry spills from the cracks of broken heart, but flows from the one which is loved.

Days passed and smiles faded
Down the steady stream of life
She annulled an anguished cry
Among the sands of her happiness
Her voice rendered her own silence
As the days rolled up the hill
Her soul gasped in pain
Sharp sunshine,
Soaked the sands of her happiness
Sun kissed mask, killed every memory
Even as they bring her back to life

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on Dec. 1 2011 at 1:26 pm
sunshine7223 SILVER, Holdenville, Oklahoma
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Favorite Quote:
"Afterall, a loose screw doesn't want to need, and a hammer doesn't want to be needed." -Me

"Those who observe with their eyes closed and mouths open, are usually not as wise as those who allow their minds to wander freely." -Me

Wow! I love this! I generally do not care for short poetry at all. BUT, you did an amazing job! I can so relate to this. Your words are so very detailed. I love how this turned out! You created such vivid pictures. VERY well done. (((: