11/11/2010

Poem32.Aananda

Aananda



I would like to own this piece
 classic jewelry so pretty.
Brown beads with locket beauty
so attractive ,wish to have .

The urge to own all things beautiful
is so human, which I have.
But will owning this ,bring happiness
for which I do search everywhere?

Yes,owning this will give happiness
which will last for a little time.
I do search for 'Aananda',
which once found,will stay forever .

Written for Magpietales where we have to   
Write a poem or short vignette using the picture featured  as your inspiration.

18 comments:

Deborah said...

Wise words beautifully written as always, just wonderful!

gautami tripathy said...

Beautifully written...

echoed sky

Myrna R. said...

Your poem is lovely and so true. Well done!

Sumit Sarkar said...

Well done with the image...
I loved reading it :)

Gabriela Abalo said...

Nice!

thanks for stopping by my place

:)

Lyn said...

Glad to be reminded of the transient, and the permanent..well done!

Teresa said...

What an interesting poem. I really enjoyed this one.

uma.a said...

Loved your poem...Enjoyed it!

Judy Roney said...

You are so right. The happiness you will have by owning this jewelry is temporary. You have a nice way of saying this.

marousia said...

Lovely poem - nice study of transience

willow said...

Thanks for the reminder of fleeting happiness. Well done.

Bloggin'withAmanda said...

So true "things" bring happiness for a while but people can make each other happy for a life time.

Tumblewords: said...

Oh, so true -

Reflections said...

Truth expressed oh so beautifully, of things and the momentary happiness that flees with time.

Caty said...

if only happiness could last continuously...very nice poem :)

cosmos cami said...

What I really liked was how you repeated words in different stanzas.
Nice work.

Heather Grace Stewart said...

Very wise. I hope you find eternal happiness--writing is a good start! It can bring joy to yourself, and to many others.

The Unknowngnome said...

Thank you for teaching me of "Aananda"!