Jayasree

Hope


Notice of absence from Jayasree
With the school reopening , I am busy with online classes . Will definitely be logging in whenever I get time.

The tear drops 

I shed

fall like pearls

in my mind

and washes away 

the sadness within,

a ray of hope 

shining golden

lights up my soul

and I weave 

an intricate tapestry

of hope and happiness

adorned with

gold thread and pearls,

to be hung forever

in my mind.

Comments10

  • yellowrose

    Beautiful poem 🙂 I love your words

    • Jayasree

      Thank you so much 🙂

    • Saxon Crow

      Lovely poem Jayasree. There is beauty in every lesson

      • Jayasree

        Thank you very much.

      • Goldfinch60

        May those golden threads and pearls keep away that sadness forever.

        Andy

      • orchidee

        Good write J.

      • Teddy.15

        A stunning piece I particularly like the end. Jayasree You certainly have a strong talent with imagery and getting the point across

      • dusk arising

        How true, tears are such cleansing droplets of repair. A new world opens when the tears stop.

        A lovely positive piece.

      • Jayasree

        Thank you all for the good words and encouragement. My heart's full of gratitude . So happy to read all your comments.

      • Trenz Pruca

        Good enjoyable poem. thank you.

        • Jayasree

          Thank you for taking the time to read and enjoy it.

        • Accidental Poet

          Within you is a miracle waiting to happen. Beautiful write Jayasree ; )

          • Jayasree

            Thank you very much.
            So true, there's a miracle in everyone, waiting to happen and a miracle in everything, if we take the time to look for it.

            • Accidental Poet

              Very true Jayasree. ; )

            • L. B. Mek

              a wonderful song, to serenade our hope
              thanks for sharing

              • Jayasree

                Thanks to you too for reading and liking it. 🙂



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