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am I a butterfly
who is hard to chase
still so lovely
a little peck on every flower
may be just confused over the flavor
no place to live
but seems in this world on leave
playing with the air
least bother for the wind
may be because not carrying things in the mind
going with the flow
is something she believe is the best to follow.


raj alakshendra said…
One of the best poems I have ever read .... The words have got so deep meaning ... Loved It ...
...@ish@... said…
Thanks a lot guys...
@Rathindra : hwz it going man..which city ??
Nice poem.Liked it.Keep 'em coming!
...@ish@... said…
It just hit my mind...and ended up on the paper.these are just attempts :)
i am glad you liked it..!!
Unknown said…
Hey how are you?? I'm in Morley..but moving to Milton Keynes next weekend..

Will try to come up with a post soon about the experience here !

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