Sunday, January 01, 2006

Anthology of pain

She found in her eyes
the heridity of pain
She felt in the flesh
of a dead black heart
the memory of pain
She saw in her palms
the linearity of pain
She understood
from a fallen star
the astrology of pain
She knew in the
moment of separation
the death of pain
She wrote with salt water
the anthology of pain

15 comments:

anshuman said...

I love you and I say this for all to see,
Wld like to see you smile and happy

Anonymous said...

nice piece.
Is it merely a nice piece?
Stretch out and go for the life that calls you.

jolly gabriel said...

Six Degrees of Pain...Well written Parul

Parul Gahlot said...

Dear Anonymous,
I want to know who you are before I take any advice from you.

Parul Gahlot said...

and a poem is a poem is a poem and nothing else.

Anonymous said...

Ok!
But you could correct the typo 'seperation' without knowing who I am. Too nice a work to be seen with a typo.

Parul Gahlot said...

Dear Editor,

Thank you

Anonymous said...

And then she meets the "The Song Fairy" :-)

Parul Gahlot said...

my dear anonymous,

remember to drop in your name some time. I wrote two stories as a kid and then stuck to poetry. I'm never satisfied with what I write but I love the Song Fairy. May be I could find someone to illustrate it.

Anonymous said...

Which anon r u reffering to? :-) If it was the last then it is me. Else if I reply I could become an intruder :-)

Parul Gahlot said...

that's the trouble with anonymous people...even I'm not sure...just leave your name next time even if it's a false one, I don't care

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately Blogger.com won't allow that. I am not scared of publishing my mortal coordinates but just that it requires userid to be created and i am so lazy to go through that procedure :-)

Anonymous said...

Duh! how dumb am i :-) I could type my name in the comment. Like this.

-Vikas

Parul Gahlot said...

Vikas as in Tanu's husband?

Kaivalya said...

No :-)