If only we could be invisible,
the winds bringing painful memories of the past shall not find us.
Unsettling the calmness of life, with emotions superflous.
If only we were invisible,
the pebbles of memories of losing someone shall not hit us.
Causing ripples in the lake of present, with which we adjust.
Hiding peacefully in the serenity of oblivion, we shall be withering away our lives.
Instead, let’s mourn and pay respect to the souls of people we loved.
Let go and rejoice at the passing away of bitter memories of the past.
Be visible again,
to welcome the breeze of new moments, turning into happy memories.
To welcome the wind which causes waves in the present, writing new stories.
A very simple photograph, evoking simple emotions. The Moon appearing like a pearl in the ocean, a jewel on a fabric, a bulb in the fog, guiding light in a storm, like a father, a bindi on the forehead of the woman, whose face can dispense thousands of worries in fraction of a second, mother’s.
Sparkling Moon on the forehead of sky,
dispensing cloudy frowns of worries,
just like a mother’s face would.
Lone ranger offering shoulder to cry,
to billions of stars, dispensing pain of distance,
like a friend’s shoulder would.
Shining jewel on the blue fabric of trust,
mending, hiding holes of mistakes,
like a sibling’s trust would.
Glowing in the distance, like a lamp in the storm,
dispersing darkness even before it comes,
like a teacher’s glow would.
Showing the way, easing the path,
lighting up the road, for future ahead,
like a father’s guidance would.
Caressing gently, empowering with the Sun’s reflection,
embracing, as one is,
like a lover’s love would.
Clouds laden with water, douse the fire, set aflame by the Sun.
The holy river receives the rain water, embracing it as its own.
Gently flowing , reflecting the sky, embedded with hot embers.
Dancing, jumping to the chantes , vibrating in the air.
Meditation haven for saints and sages,
tranquility personified from long gone ages.
Rishikesh, name signifies, the one who controls all senses.
Embodiment of all virtues, Lord Vishnu, from where life commences.
Photo Credit Goes To Shalini Prasad