A New Dawn - Free Verse

Death By Death, 18th Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/55t8z2xx/
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A free verse poem emphasizing the importance of finding light in today and tomorrow, so as to move out from the darkness of past.

A New Dawn

As ebony traces surrender
to golden light of faith,
I scribble chalk of hope
on the dark walls
surrounding me.

A new life awaits...
carrying infinite gifts
to be felt and explored
through experiences
of rafting through the storms,
as well as
serenity.

I see myself
breaking free
neath the expanding sky,
where the sound of a brook
reverberates a sense of continuity
and chirping birds inspire
to crave for harmonic existence.

I dream of a world
so beautiful
where every being
inhales and exhales...
love,
and realizes the worth
of His miracles.

There is light
even amid gloomy nights,
for they test my resilience,
providing a new insight.

Life is a fusion
of black and white;
vivid hues complement it.

With this new birth,
I can perceive everything
more clearly and brightly
and
regrets slowly fade...

Tags

Enlightment, Existence, Existing Paradigm, Failures, Faith, Gloom, Hope, Life, Light, Miracle, New Day, Night, Regret

Meet the author

author avatar Death
I love the poetry world and everything that goes around it. I enjoy writing, reading and reviewing. Japanese forms are close to my heart, and some of my works have featured in international magazines.

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author avatar Retired
18th Oct 2014 (#)

Exquisite, Anupam. Thanks for sharing your 'chalk of hope scribbles!' :-)) Namaste, rd

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author avatar Utah Jay
20th Oct 2014 (#)

This is beautiful in every way.

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author avatar LOVERME
2nd Nov 2014 (#)

Very beautiful but change ur name be life not death ur very young yet be positive always

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