Poems by Sakshi

Waves

a poem by

Sakshi

Waves are too long
Perhaps sometimes short.
They slide onto seashore,
With an aspiring hope, to
Bring about a smile on million faces.
They try harder to come up,
Thus giving Nature its beauty.
They are never bored of gliding into sea,
Never aggravating, Never dismayed.
Their Nature seems to be calm and peaceful.
Humans feel joyous to glance them.
But fail to be like them.

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Give it a thought

a poem by

Sakshi

If life had been so simple,
Not a face with wrinkle,
Even if thought that all problems
Have been confronted
Yet why can’t this world be trusted
Behind every facade,
Why do we find a new trance?
With no second chance
Cried till all tears have dried
With all my might did I try to fight?
Still in search for a guide to light
Who can judge me and tell me when
I am right,
With no grudges against me
With no wedges on front of me
For once let me walk on this path
With no obstruction
With my own sense of direction
Then only will I be able to say
That my life had been mine
And not some else’s construction.

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