12/20/2010

Poem40.Yes, I do write

Yes, I do write

Before,
words,sentences unspoken
circled through my mind
thoughts, not so clear
lots of them disturbed me.

Now,
words,flows through hands
to the notepad on my desktop
thoughts,getting clearer
more order,feel calm.

When thoughts comes to me
without any reason,without any order
say, 'I will look,just a minute'
they seem more clearer.

Yes, I do write in my own way,
with my limited vocabulary.
I do fly ,not so very high
but,enjoy the feel of going away.

Written for Jingle's POETRY POTLUCK - Reflections, Interpretations and Musings...
Entered for The Poetry Pantry - #22

20 comments:

fiveloaf said...

great thoughts.. mines here- http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/01/23/painted-hallways/

jessicasjapes said...

That's the best way to write, just let the words in your head flow out. It doesn't matter if they make sense or not! I enjoyed your poem.

Deborah said...

A wonderful poem that shows how many of us feel, and I love ... I do fly ... that's how it is sometimes, wonderful.

Sumit Sarkar said...

Wow..the same way I feel...
Well we are all here to learn more and definitely improve our vocabulary...

Great write :)

Ramesh Sood said...

I loved it.. felt the same way.. but now..realise that vocabulory doesn't matter ..write exactly in the words you think.. and it comes out well..for us..from us..well done..

dakshima said...

wonderful...

Gigi Ann said...

I like the poem, I especially like the thought "I do write my own way, with my limited vocabulary." That is my viewpoint. Being new to the poetry world, I don't have the vocabulary that the poets who have been writing for so long have. I just write what I feel and I have been enjoying my trip down poetry lane.

Jingle said...

write on, dear.

your words are apt and nimble..
keep them flow and running..

A++

Old Ollie said...

Write on keep 'em coming.

booguloo said...

So do I.

Lyn said...

Very well said...The words that just come to us, the true ones..It's almost like channeling

Kodjo Deynoo. BSc said...

It is so true, what you say on the first stanza...nice work..

journeythroughawriterslife said...

I llove how this conveys great thoughts about anyone who enjoys the art of writing.

~ Cheryl

JAGDISH BALI said...

words and sentences will become clearer by the day, but thoughts will get deeper and depper.

vishwasanand28 said...

Very well said.Sometimes clarity seems to desert us especially with poetry when we cede to our wildest imagination:)

Evelyn said...

aww good stuff!
its not the size of the vocabulary, its how you use it.

keshavnarla said...

Thats the spirit. Never worry about the limitations of vocabulary. Just say what's in your mind.

I do the same. My vocab is also very limited.

This was a very nice poem. Soft to the ears, a look into your heart.

Paul Andrew Russell said...

Very nice, Rashmi.

Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog.

Nice to meet you. :-)

Nyx said...

Beautiful. Loved the first and last verses.

The Unknowngnome said...

Brevity of vocabulary is to be treasured. Limited vocabulary is style to be nurtured.

Your words help not only you to fly but us as well.