Savior~ by Shambhavi Vaidya

This poem is like a ray of hope..in the times of distress..restoring faith in humanity..
Every other day, we read, we see, witness, hopeless situations.. Broken homes, broken hearts, poverty conquering half the world, political torment, and much more..in this world of unhappiness and distraught..words are not enough to pacify..but the feelings generated on reading are pacifying..:)

ULTIMATE SOLACE

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Softness in the core

Like of an oyester,

Fierce waves lashing the shore

Damp sand studded with shells

Solitary girl amidst, salt laden breeze..

Breeze in the hair..sand entrapped spaces

Between soft tiny toes..

Light in her eyes..despite black of the fate..

Joy in her heart..hunger in her stomach

Impeccable..remarkable brightness of her mind..

Enlightening the voyagers of the west..

Fiber cumulating under her nail..of finger,

Known fingers doing wonders..

Creation of God..abandoned by none but us..

Mere humans..complexity fathom deep..

A shelter.. a blessing, some love,divine..

For her..money, a necessity.. Fate a curse..

Ash coloured skirt..crimson shirt..

Charity by..kind heart..or..

Man ashamed..

Littered minds..white sand beach..

Cyan expanse..Clarity at its best

Her mirror..her reflection

She lives.. she thrives..

Under the blanket of the dark blue sky,

Enlightened tunnel..

Hand lent..her..vision raised..

Blurred future turning bright,

Ceasing insecurity..faith restored.

Chirping gulls..shutter of camera..

Echos of her past..

Now a hue…

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