Monday, April 22, 2013

DAY 7 - LOVE GONE STALE

write a poem in which each line except the last takes the form of a single, declarative sentence. Then, the final line should take the form of a question. With any luck, this will result in poems that have a sort of driving, reportorial tone, but with a powerful rhetorical finish


I am irked and perturbed
I wonder why you don’t call
I am always the one to take initiatives, so
I decide to wait this time
I get bored waiting all this while
My patience is over,
I call and your phone goes busy
This sends me in a dizzy
I wait all over again
Leftover patience goes down the drain.

I instantly pick up when you call, but
I guess you have decided not to speak up
I talk and I chat; like old days you don’t show interest
I wonder what is wrong; you dismiss saying ‘nothing to ponder’
My suspicion cloud thunders:

Has the essence of our love gone stale?






12 comments:

  1. the greatest challenge in any long relationship is to maintain the initial intensity of love....beautiful thought,good one

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    1. You are very right, you have to reinvigorate love in a new way, each time!
      Thanx, keep visiting:)

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  2. Even love needs a not of manures and fertilizers!

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    1. Yes it does need a lot of fertilizers and manures! Its a plant that we need to water and care for!

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  3. Love is a bloom and it may get drooped and dropped if proper care is not taken . Nice, beautiful composition.

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