Sunday, 26 February 2017

Someday I'll Fly

Someday I’ll fly,
Beyond the questions ‘what?’, ‘where?’and ‘why?’,
To where answers are only given with a sigh.
To where time does not fly by the bye,
A day,
A year,
Forever,
Are meaningless words to say.


Someday I’ll see,
Beyond the need to be,
Loved as to love.
Beyond the smell of burning clove,
As smoke
    Takes away
All woes.


Someday I’ll  write,
To not stub out ends of burning hearts by the night,
But to be one with beauty in all it’s might.
Someday I’ll pick up crumpled papers of poetry,
Rising
Beyond
Their blight.


Someday when the chords turn minor,
I shall not glance at the world’s pyre.
Even when I’m down to the wire,
I shall dance,dance,dance,
Through
The
Fire.

/* Check out this fine ditty whilst you read these words. There's also a rather rough take of a piece of music I think goes well with these words */




46 comments:

  1. Would welcome, such a world, to live in, when it's time come, to be there. Until then, I must write my poetic verse, to heal myself and others.

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    1. Well until that someday , that's what all of us poets shall do. Really appreciate this response

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  2. To not stub out ends of burning hearts by the night,
    But to be one with beauty in all it’s might...like that! Nicely done Suyash!

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  3. To not stub out ends of burning hearts by the night,
    But to be one with beauty in all it’s might... Wow suyash. Amazing play of words. Loved it

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  4. Hope hope and hope.....we all need it and you give it beautifully!!

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  5. Yes, let's dance through the fire!

    I like the way you structured this.

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    1. thank you! i was experimenting around with structure

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  6. could feel the beat all through the poem specially in the last stanza...my favorite lines have already been quoted...thank you Suyash for a wonderful poetic experience :)

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  7. Such a strong statement....someday hopefully all of those things will take place!

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  8. This has an enchanting rhythm and cadence. Well done!

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  9. I think someday it will be so... maybe not for me, maybe not for all... but hopefully for most...

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  10. Suyash, I can't tell you how incredibly evocative and stunning this poem is!❤️ Your video was an added bonus!❤️ Kudos!

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  11. these were wonderful words, a lovely write. well penned into an etherealness of sorts.

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  12. Ah! That some day is eagerly awaited. The kind of journey you portray is so meaningful.
    My favorite bit would perhaps be, "Someday when the chords turn minor,/I shall not glance at the world’s pyre."
    Powerful and quite evocative; it sounds like a chant. :-)
    -HA

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    1. Thank you! I enjoyed writing those lines too

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  13. This is lovely, especially dancing through the fire. So nice to read you, Suyash!

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  14. dance through the fire and face your inhibitions...

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  15. Love the mood of the poem... and the final (daring) dance.

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  16. An impactful and inspiriting piece. A pleasure to read.

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  17. This does have a great sense of rhythm! Dancing to the beat of the piece--lovely!

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  18. I like the line about stubbing out hearts at night like cigarette butts, also the watercolors are cool.

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  19. Ah yes, some day!!!Fantastic write

    much love...

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    1. Thank you I was looking to experiment with this one :)

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  21. Someday indeed....love the flow and inspiring thought in this Suyash!

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  22. So inspired, to rhyme minor with pyre!

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  23. The repetition of 'Someday' lends a wistful tone to the poem. Great work with the form.

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  24. Someday
    I feel like bursting into song
    " there's a place for us///da da da place for us
    Smiles

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  25. could feel the beat all through the poem specially in the last stanza...my favorite lines have already been quoted...thank you Suyash for a wonderful poetic experience :)

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