Song of Sacrificed Souls: Memories

The abir got washed from the hand; it was red in color.

First darker, then lighter, then pale, then nothing.

Have you felt the color of memory?

At first, it was darker, then lighter, then paler…

nothing doesn’t exist…

The abir doesn’t exist; the colored soft dust drained away.

The water though had left a filtered sprinkle on the white sink.

Have you felt the presence of memory?

The days wind away leaving a mark, a pattern 

an abstract one it is.

The path that was seems to be forgotten;

The road that seems to get obsolete–

All this time were (and are) there.

Only thing we agonized, 

We overthought

We pressurized ourselves.

Have you felt the color of memory?

Have you felt the presence of memories?

We deny our feelings,

We indulge in purchased satisfaction–

Lethal most of the time…

We coagulate ourselves; offering us to forever–

In form of dark corner, in form of the withdraw.

The abir got washed from the hand; it was red in color.

First darker, then lighter, then pale, then…

Dedicated to Her

Daily Prompts: Pattern

 

 

11 responses to “Song of Sacrificed Souls: Memories”

  1. Ahhh! Loved this one!! Colours of memories! Can I use this in my poem?

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    1. Thanks for asking Di…it was so kind…you can use it…will wait for your interpretation…what about others 2 the Prose Poem and Villanelle?

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  2. Insightful and beautiful!

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    1. thank you…Happy Holi…

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  3. Awesome poem. Full of emotions. 🙂

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    1. thank you…it’s another series…most of the post of this series can be found under You in Anthology…by the way you can found can you send link for your blog…as it was showing deleted…

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      1. Okay I’ll go through them too. 🙂 Yes Sure. It’s https://theglittersoflife.wordpress.com/

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        1. thank you…Happy Holi…

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