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Wishes wither.

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Invisible walls rise.
Glazes of ice,
That burn and sear,
The hesitant fingers.

Who wishes for this?

Tears fall.
Their sting is felt,
No less than hail,
On an exposed face.

Wish that this should pass.

Hardened heart.
Fickle block,
That even in the thaw,
Fractures along new faults.

Wishes wither.

8 Comments

  1. aniruddha234 says:

    Great imagination.Sentiments have been strongly conveyed.The black color in contrast with the white backgrounds add to the beauty of this poem.Liked it.

  2. Hi
    The sentiments of thaw yet with new fault lines, is well spun.
    Like fallen feathers, wishes wither in cold weather
    to bloom again in fair and warm weather .
    sarala

  3. Vishvnand says:

    Liked very much. Commends
    “Tears fall.
    Their sting is felt,
    No less than hail,
    On an exposed face.” … very lovely & intense in the context.

  4. sonal goswami says:

    you write beautifully,,,

  5. medhini says:

    Very beautiful poem,Gion.
    Wishes may wither Yet new
    wishes bloom soon.

  6. Krishns says:

    Superb. Intense yet subtle. Simple yet complex…
    So much said in so less …

  7. Srishti Aishwarya Shrivastava says:

    awesome!

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