SADNESS AND A CLOUD

SADNESS AND A CLOUD

A Poem by Bivita

I am a cloud, crying somewhere in a corner, waiting to burst and explode

I know that the sadness inside of me cannot be held in anymore , it has to be let out for me to feel free again


I know how it feels like to carry a heavy burden on my shoulders and to feel a certain way of despair lurking every time when I try to search for happiness and peace. 

Whenever it thunders, a shiver spikes up in my nerves and reminds me of all the times I have felt a pang of hurt and pain mixed with lifelong regrets


But what is the life of a cloud if it doesn’t burst and cry its heart out once in a while?

The rain drops- an instilling silhouette of my tears- are like drops of satisfaction and joy for humans, making them all dance to its tunes 


I feel happy looking down at the picturesque wondering that even though each one of them is going through their own share of pain, tears of my sadness are the reason behind their dance and smiles. 


Don’t think that it means that i will cry every time i am sad, it has only made me bolder and now i can face the thunder head on 


Sometimes I cannot stop myself from crying and i don't even want to but i realize that now i am strong enough to face the thunder head on and turn it into a smile when the first ray of sunshine beams and brightens my gray nights







© 2020 Bivita


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Reading your poem reminded me of William Wordsworth's Daffodils! The way you conpared your sadness to a cloud wanting to burst and explode is similar to how he compared his emotions to nature metaphors. And honestly, now whenever I will feel like crying I am going to remember "i am strong enough to face the thunder head on." It was a simple yet powerful poem which has really touched my heart. I wish I could write like you though ^^

Posted 3 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Bivita

3 Years Ago

Really appreciate your review Hazel.
I am glad it empowered you more :)



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Tears are a release. I welcome them. After the thunder comes rain. It is a natural process. Don’t be afraid to cry. I enjoyed your stanzas here and the metaphors. All good wishes.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Reading your poem reminded me of William Wordsworth's Daffodils! The way you conpared your sadness to a cloud wanting to burst and explode is similar to how he compared his emotions to nature metaphors. And honestly, now whenever I will feel like crying I am going to remember "i am strong enough to face the thunder head on." It was a simple yet powerful poem which has really touched my heart. I wish I could write like you though ^^

Posted 3 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Bivita

3 Years Ago

Really appreciate your review Hazel.
I am glad it empowered you more :)
This is an excellent piece of poetry. You did great!

Posted 4 Years Ago


Bivita

4 Years Ago

thank you levi
Levi Levin

4 Years Ago

Your welcome!
I really like this poem. If I was a cloud I'd be bursting all the time. Keep writing. Kittyhugs.

Posted 4 Years Ago


Bivita

4 Years Ago

thank you...
Im impressed! You nicely weave back and forth between your feelings of emotion and clouds or storms. Well done. I can relate


Posted 4 Years Ago


Franky

4 Years Ago

How about the difficulty in getting criticism at work. I don't do well with that at all
Bivita

4 Years Ago

mhmm isn't it a little boring? what do you think?
Bivita

4 Years Ago

but i will give it a go
Of course! What is the life of the cloud if it doesn't let rip! This is such brilliant poetry, I'm just stunned. You did such a fantastic job of show not tell! Are you published? If yes, please do share.

Posted 4 Years Ago


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Bivita

4 Years Ago

sure thing. thanks!
AJNJ

4 Years Ago

You’re welcome 🤗....!
I liked the poem a lot. I enjoyed how you used the clouds to make the reader understand. I liked how you twisted the words to meaningful ending. Thank you for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 4 Years Ago


Bivita

4 Years Ago

Thank you Coyote
Coyote Poetry

4 Years Ago

You are welcome dear poet.

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Bivita
Bivita

Hyderabad, Telangana, India



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