Sunday, January 17, 2016

Moons of autumn, Sarah...


Star eyes closed, sunglasses
Face hidden in black cloth
Moons of autumn
Sarah..

Spring combing
Looking for lovers
Smell the flowers in the garden
Through purdah
Do you feel?
Do not reduce
Sarah..

Looking infinity
Fly in the sky
Garden birds Voice
 Through purdah
 Do you feel?
Do not reduce
Sarah..

- nuwan -

28 comments:

  1. What a wonderful opening image to start such a tender poem..Sarah is indeed noble..

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    1. hi jae
      Your words encourage for me..
      thank you very much
      good luck
      hope you come again

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    1. welcome back dear saana
      Your honest comments of strength for me
      good luck & come again

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  3. Let Sarah have the privilege of the purdah and have some privacy!

    Hank

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    1. may be She wants to released purdah and enjoy the wind?

      thank you hank!

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  4. behind this cloud
    the soaring bird sees all things
    fly in circles

    Behind the purdah, a bird flies in circles; choices revolve therein. _m

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    1. Ooops!(?)
      __Did I write something wrong? Insult someone?
      The clouds, the curtain. _m

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    2. no no magyar its my happiness
      i'm agree with you
      good luck magyar!

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  5. I think anything that is a free choice is good... there are so many things that tie us down and clip our wings.

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  6. nice; through the veils the sounds of nature to charm

    Happy Sunday

    much love...

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  7. Nice use of repetition.....makes the reader wonder what Sarah feels.

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    1. welcome cc
      thank you
      good luck
      hope you come again!

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  8. This is very beautiful.......I especially love "Moons of autumn, Sarah....."

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  9. What a lovely image and thought provoking poem....it seems perhaps Sarah needs a bit of release from the purdah....I think many women live behind a purdah of their own or society's making.

    Donna@LivingFromHappiness

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    1. thank you very much
      I think it would be donna
      hope you come again
      good luck!

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  10. reminds me of this song aicha by outlandish

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  11. I enjoyed this very much. I now know what a purdah is. thanks! :)

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    1. thank you very much rose
      good luck
      hope come again

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