Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Perception






I sense my senses
experience the magic;
A twinkle in the warm sunshine
when my fingertips brush the leaf tip
A glisten of the morning dew
when I hear the pitter patter of rain
A flutter in the autumn breeze
when my long hair falls on my face
An aroma of sweet smells
when I caress a rosebud
I shiver in the winter cold
feeling goosebumps on my skin
I pray a solemn prayer in His abode
To those who have the power of sight
May their life be as magical
as I 'see' it without light




(c) Gkam




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27 comments:

  1. well if you are blind how do you feel the twinkle of the sunshine and the glisten of the morning dew?hehe..jus for fun..but i like ur poem..has a good feel..

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  2. You should write more of such beautiful pieces! The 'invisibly-visible' thought is what strikes most here! Short is really cute! :)

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  3. very cute and beautiful gkam.

    I wish you all the best for the contest, SSC - II

    Someone Is Special

    --Someone Is Special--

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  4. @bhavana, leo welcome to Pondering Perceptions
    and @all, thank you very much!

    @leo
    basic idea behind the poem is that although she is visually impaired, she perceives better with other senses than what we perceive with vision.

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  5. nicely said...

    Don't hesitated to stop by..

    www.african-love.blogspot.com

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  6. wish I could be able to choose to be blind temporarily just to 'see' what the world would seem like...
    best of luck for ssc and do stop by my blog too

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  7. @worthlessrantings, @nasra @Autumn Belle
    Welcome to my blog.
    and Thanks!

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  8. Such a wonderful thought.. Nice work.. ATB .. :)

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  9. Awesome dear! Each and every word is so meaningful... loved the poem! :) My vote goes to you...

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  10. simple and so nice!!
    aptly linked to pic!

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  11. This one is the best i have read so. Thankfully I dont feel sad after reading this! Kudos different theme from the others i've read so far

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  12. Very well written! It is a reminder to people to express gratitude towards many a blessings in life that are often taken for granted.ATB with SSC2 :)

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  13. Simply beautiful ! But I loved the last line , it shoots us with so many thoughts ! :) Needless to say on eof the most inspiring poem of thsoe I have read from SSC-II

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  14. lovely...!!!!
    written with a nice flow..

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  15. @bedlam, afshan, venky, raksha, adreamygal, purnima

    Thanks so much for showering your comments! :)

    @punit thanks a ton for ur vote! :)

    A warm welcome to my blog!

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  16. ^^
    Thanks, its a bit incoherent for me to translate from chinese to english. If you may pls post in english. thanku and keep reading!

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  17. Lovely piece gkam, very eloquent and very apt for the picture/theme.
    Good luck for the contest!

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  18. ؛spɹɐƃǝɹ ʇsǝq

    ˙ǝʇısqǝʍ ɹno oʇ oƃ uɐɔ noʎ 'ʎɥdɐɹƃodʎʇ ǝnbıun puıɟ oʇ pǝǝu noʎ ɟı
    'ʎɐʍ ǝɥʇ ʎq

    0‾0 ǝɔıu sʞooן ƃoןq ɹnoʎ
    ¡ƃuıʇǝǝɹƃ ɯɹɐʍ ¡puǝıɹɟ ʎɯ oןןǝɥ

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  19. simply awesome lines....truly heart-touching...
    Apex

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  20. Simply Clever, Every lines define the beauty of the poem.
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