Life lines

Life lines

A Poem by $amala

Life lines


Thousands of scattered pieces on the floor

Smoothly gathering with the mirth I drew

  Initiated from the corner

Five minutes later, resembles something else

Though my shaking soul flies over variant pigments

Diverted unto chimes located

Tread for a while, dive for nights

Advert my stirring vowel

Afresh, recollected the discontinued core

Lanterns hung ambient, recalled my denomination

Once again glued into a petite ride

Days run down days

Ever and anon one piece I stitched 

Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Lastly days passed by

I painted my wordy sky

And again I row for a while

One day my former Mosaic awoke

Just a single scattered piece for a finale touch

Leisurely but finally  

© 2017 $amala

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Awesome writing! Vivid word pictures and ambiance. ~Sharon

Posted 1 Year Ago

Whew, for a second language you amaze me with your word usage. Valentine

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 Year Ago

Thank you, Valentine

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Added on February 4, 2017
Last Updated on February 4, 2017



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