To Words, With Love…

word

When my eyes meet

your gaze,

this distance

seems like

a silent meander.

My forlorn mind

goes adrift,

until you satisfy its

naked canvas

with your

colored notions,

blemished speculations,

and incredulous gimmicks.

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Posted for Trifecta Writing Challenge: Week 114.

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When you love something, it’s not easy to let it go all of a sudden; that’s why we hold on to memory of good places, people and moments. I am a silent reader of Trifecta Writing Challenge; I read every single post on their prompts every week; sometimes I clap, sometimes I re-read while admiring in silence. Trifecta has gifted me many definitions of new and old words, many reflective evenings with those words, and fellowship of a bunch of brilliant bloggers who write. I still cannot believe Trifecta challenge is ending; I will keep my winner badge as a token of bright nostalgia on this site.
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Update on 3/24/2014:

25 thoughts on “To Words, With Love…

  1. Ah,the sheer beauty of your words touches my soul-“this distance

    seems like

    a silent meander.”Wow!Love this Archita and have missed reading you-hoping to interact with you more often:-)

    1. Hi Atreyee, So glad to see your comment. 🙂 Thank you so much. 🙂 I was not getting much time to read and write for some time but now that I am back we will interact more. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, C.C. I have noticed that only words help to fill that naked canvas of the sad mind.:) I’m forever grateful to good words. 🙂

  2. LOVE your word choice here, sometimes unusual, but perfect. Love the naked canvass imagery – great stuff. And thanks also for your kind words, that badge is yours to keep and may it shine brightly!

  3. Soothing and outstanding! Starting lines made me come back again- When my eyes meet

    your gaze,

    this distance

    seems like

    a silent meander………….

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