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Sonnet .01-Buoyancy~Resilience of Spirit

Chrish is a philosophy blogger, avian artist, poetry writer and a nature lover

sonnet-01-buoyancyresilience-of-spirit


In silent night I wonder in
accursed thought I was under
whereas misery consumed my being
the world is thundering my soul is howling

A melodious presence of a dancing raindrops
A restless night wondering
In a melody of blighted hopes
Who take my sunshine and domed my faith

eyes were serenely staring on the tenebrous sky whilst the
rain synchronously touching my skin
Nerves were benumbed physically weakened
I all alone beweep my torment and sufferings

Sloshing air whispering, a bone cracking silence I can no longer remain in a so buoyant nature who makes me pace in fain

above the clouded horizon placidly gazing, legs closer to my heart inhaling the scented peaceful symphonious of every drip

thundering and the storm is staggering my thoughts concluding heaven have washed the earth humans learned and faultless again

An open wide sprightly universe a new scintillating sunshine for those tears rainbows for those bruises finding place to heal
the power of thee-
screaming for me to Live again.

Comments

Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on November 14, 2020:

Awesome day Ms Sharan! You are always appreciated thank you so much!!! And yes I love this photo as well Pinterest has been a huge help. Enjoy the rest of the weekend and lots of love from the Philippines;-)

Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on November 14, 2020:

I'm happy to hear it from you Sir John!

Enjoy the rest of the weekend ;-)

Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on November 14, 2020:

Lots of thank you Sir Dierker!

Have an awesome weekend;-)

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on November 11, 2020:

Nice sentiments behind this poem. Your sketch is so beautiful and powerful.

Well done and thanks for sharing.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on November 11, 2020:

Chri, I enjoyed the poem and love drawing. Well done.

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on November 11, 2020:

I like this. It just gave me a daydreamy feeling. Thanks.