Submitted by Megha Sood
Your memories leave an impression on my soul
like the careless fingers leave on the warm wax
when held gently
that indelible print
like the scars the alabaster moon has
on a dimly moonlit night
Like the endless trails of a worm wriggling and dancing
leaving trails on the bubbling mud
after the monsoon rains
Getting drenched or
maybe mourning the loss of the house
Offered to the rains
/who could tell/
Time stands still and I can count your freckles in the moonlight
When the moon rest as a shadow in the serrated leaves
and my loves rests on the tip of your mole.
resting on the edge of your fleeting smile.
your memories leave an impression on me
like the outline of the drenched bodies
drying on the bench
two souls as one.
Photo Credit: Casper David Friedrich – Man and Woman Contemplating the Moon
Thanks so much, Brian for supporting my work and featuring on your esteemed site. I’m so honored to have been featured among other talented writers.
Thanks for reading and appreciating mistimaan
Well done Megha! As i read this I saw myself, “a worm wriggling and dancing, crawling, leaving trails on the bubbling mud”
Thanks so much, Walt for the appreciation. Means a lot.
You’re very welcome ☺
Absolutely fantastic I loved it so wonderfully written.
Thanks so much for your kind appreciation.
Really a wonderful poem, Megha! Congratulations on being published by Vita Brevis!!! Such an honor and milestone! I hope you are planning a celebration??? You surely deserve it!!
Thanks so much, Chuck for your warm wishes. Your support and encouragement always warm up my heart.
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Come celebrate Megha’s publication in Vita Brevis of her – IMPRESSIONS! Congratulations, MEGHA!!!!
Thanks so much for the reblog.Much appreciated.
You are so welcome! So happy for your published poem!!!!!
Thanks so so much.
Very accomplished poem, intelligent and insightful
Thanks so much, Christine for your kind and warm words.
You are very welcome!
Congrats Megha, outstanding … you just keep improving but no idea how you continue to improve on perfection!
Thanks so much, Kate. You are too kind with your wishes. I always am thankful for your support since the early days of my writing.
I’m always glad to read your art … maybe one day I might catch up 🙂
and a writer is always made up of his readers.Thanks for your love, Kate.
ah you magical poetry is only exceeded by your big heart Megha, I count it a real blessing to know you!
The feeling is absolutely mutual.
Your use of simile is outstanding here. ‘Counting frekles’ and ‘moon resting on shoulders’ – great imagery. Stunning, as usual, my friend. Congrats, again!
Thanks so much for your adulation.It’s always encouraging to hear from you.
You are welcome!
I really liked your imagery Megha.
Thanks, Emily but the credit goes to the editor, Brian, who carefully selects the image which complements the poem.
Your poem bound to leave an impression on the reader, must agree Brian and the team left an impression on me also when my poem was chosen for publication. being recognised assists the writer on to greater things.
Thanks so much, Chris for your kind words. Brian is doing an outstanding work of supporting the works of independent writers/poets in the literary world. I’m so thankful for his support.
Just popped over to your site look forward to exploring much more.
Thanks so much Chris.
Thanks so much for your read and kind words.
Great imagery within your poem. i especially like the image of the “alabaster moon”.
Thanks for pointing out your favorite words. I love the name of your site. It paints the vivid picture of my writing setup.haha
Thank you. It is me to a tee.
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Thanks, Aislynn for the kind reblog.So happy you found my poem worthy of sharing with your readers.
Beautiful Megha. A lot of soul goes into your writing.
Aww Helene..You have made my day with your beautiful words..I always try to write from my heart and soul.
Great piece of Poetry…you took me through the path to the final destination with your words. Brilliant read.