Saturday, October 13, 2012

Another Day Another Hope


Walking was she on a dark empty road, 
Fear written on her face in bold.
Got in she on an unfamiliar mode,
She was the only girl in the fold.

Curious eyes glanced at her,
Stripping her, of her self worth.
Why oh Why? Please tell me why?
Why do YOU, stare at her?

Letting go of the fear inside,
She took a deep breath and smiled.
Her face looked calm and divine,
She prayed she would be fine.

She saw a familiar face from her hood,
That really made her feel so good!
She smiled she wasn't the only one she said,
Who chose to walk the road ahead.

Tired she was after her day's work,
She had her kids waiting for her.
She knew it was getting too late,
Yet she knew she had to wait.

Her legs were getting too faint,
As she tugged along with the weight.
She rested her feet on the ground,
She sat down without a making a sound.

She saw her home far away,
She built her hope on the way.
She pulled herself from the ground,
She traced back her steps around.

She reached her home late that night,
She saw her kids were sleeping tight.
Heaved she did a sigh of relief,
It strengthened her flailing belief.

She thanked her God for keeping her safe,
'Coz down the road she was feeling so afraid.
She knelt down on her sore knees,
Tears welled up in her tired eyes.

She joined her hands,
And bowed her head;
'I hope tomorrow is a better day',
Keeping her fingers crossed she prayed. 




This post was a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers 
by BlogAdda and it got selected among the top two entries for WOW. 
Here is the link:WOW winners for 'Keeping My Fingers Crossed'

(This poem is also a dedication to all the women who work at odd timings.)

26 comments:

  1. really nice ... keep writing :)

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  2. Thanks a lot Rohan! :)

    Hey Ashwin Thanks! :) I see you're a poet too :) All the best! :)

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  3. very nice...u cud hav built up somethin more in dat story..but it was good neway..!!!

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  4. Thanks Sunil! But then she reaches home safe and sound and that is the end of the story! :)

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    1. Sure Manjulika! All's well that ends well! :)

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  6. Read. Good.

    Consider quality more important than quantity - and - satisfaction more important than recognition.

    Think. Write. Revisit. Revise. Post.

    Looking forward to to more!

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    1. Hmmm :) True that Sharon! Self satisfaction surely means more than recognition! :)
      Thanks a lot for the encouragement! :)

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  7. Another masterpiece :))

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    1. Thanks Nikhil! :) I love this one too! :)

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  8. It was Beautiful :)

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  9. Gr8 Jincy...I loved it...Already in the top two..You will go a long way gal :)

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    1. Thanks Kavya! :) Long way! Sure yeah! :)

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  10. Well written Jincy.. Proud of you:)

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  11. She let go of the field. Sounds like the day wasn't too bad after all.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. Yes, the day wasn't too bad at all. Although initially it did feel like that.
      Thinking about which - isn't life like that too? Things aren't usually as bad as they seem to be! We manage to conquer it all, don't we? :)

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