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Flavors of Life!

April 28, 2007
Flavors of life is the series of poems written by me.. depicting various flavors that make life as tasty as it is!

This flavor was appreciated in the SAP world talent in the category of writings.


When songs of heart become difficult to hold,
I’m there with hands unfold.

When misty eyes get dreary with night’s darkness thrown,
I am still there in those misty drops unflown.

When facts are flagrant to the mind’s eye,
I still hide behind the lights without being shy.

When heart aches for its part in thrall,
Though shattered I deny to fall.

When breaths are counted as god calls,
Despite helpless I glow like a flame though very small.

Like that tree in the autumn season,
With misty eyes and mere breaths taken,
Hazy minds and sunken heart beaten,
It stands for me awaiting the florid season.

Ever wondered who I am, I am the reason for you being alive,
I made you learn in life how to cope, I’m……… the Hope.

When songs of heart become difficult to hold,
Hope is there with hands unfold.

Stay tuned for the upcoming flavors…..!!
3 Comments leave one →
  1. Arijit permalink
    September 28, 2009 9:25 pm

    Sometimes it gets very late to realize that there is no or little life at such heights……:)
    The extract should be dedicated to them…!!!!

  2. Anny permalink
    September 28, 2009 9:28 pm

    This is so touchy …

  3. Brijesh Gajera permalink
    September 28, 2009 9:34 pm

    “just to realize there is no life at those heights!” – This is the essence. The realization makes the life so simple and fills it with daily fun moments with family and friends.

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