A kid and surroundings…


It all started with just a thought. I have seen @roseplums (Cynthia) writing beautiful poems on Twitter. I thought why not play a little game at least 10 minutes a day? The game will be like this, one of us will write a line, a very abstract line and the other one will write something in line with the line. And thus we started this beautiful venture, a project of writing abstract thoughts as poems.

Cynthia:

The aha moment occurs when a burst of recognition at one’s own intellect,

Tiny eyes,

A smiling face,

Wonder

Delight

Me:

A child with his childish concerns,

And unknown to the world of plight,

It’s very true that ignorance,

Is sometimes a delight.

Cynthia:

To see, to observe,

To pull in from the core all, that one can be,

Sparkling eyes, Confident stride,

Personality blooms,

Loud

Me:

To clutch at things,

Always curious about surroundings,

Zest to learn new things,

And always looking at the cloud

Cynthia:

The cloud that threatens to fall and burst their hearts,

But we hold steadfast to their plight,

A healing path,

Lies before them

Me:

But suddenly they see Sun peeking,

From behind the clouds,

And they start a fresh, new claim

Cynthia:

A claim, ownership of themselves,

Boundaries will placed,

They come full circle with all their talents,

Ideas and whims

Me:

They started to explore,

Then came to know the full capability,

They loved it and explored more,

Just for them

Cynthia:

Just for themselves, then to share with the world,

Carefully guided to explore,

A new fullness within,

To capture and dream.

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