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Where are you now

by Uttam Gill (writer), BOMBAY(MUMBAI), January 31, 2013

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It about some one who wish to stand by for some one against all the odds

The wind whispers in the deafening sound of silence

Bell gongs at the unearthly hours of the day

Unruly noise of the waves hits the shore

She is at ease to hear that, she is not alone

She knocks at her own door and smiles

She waits amidst auditory orchestrations

She deletes the margin of impressions

From the ruin, she picks up the ash and throws to the wind

Wind rolls the ash in its fury, to destroy

Ash, cries and he hears that

She hears too, the knock at her door

He calls, “Is anybody out here”

“Who is there” she ask

“I have with me the ash” he answers

“So what?” she questioned

He knew and never answered and left

As the dawn breaks, knock at her door

She finds life at the door smiling

And she asks “Where are you now”?

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Uttam Gill is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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By HomeRearedChef on February 02, 2013 at 02:35 pm

Standing together "against all the odds", together against everything and everyone... Oh, yes, I feel that, Uttam. How totally beautiful! :)

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By Barbara MacDonald on February 02, 2013 at 05:07 pm

A beautiful poem nice to see you writing more poetry, I really like taps into another part of you don't you find? I know it does when I write poetry.

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