Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Day 4 - D for "Day"


Dawning upon the muddy path,

Darkness melts into sunshine.

Draped in warmth, world comes alive,

Doused with distant chirping sounds.

Drizzling light dabbed on streams,

Display scenes of deep delight!

Dancing across fields and ponds,

Day break comes dispelling the dusk.

Discover the dream you dreamt last night,

Dwelling in the divine design.

Debunk code of daily cares,

Drive away the demons of doubt,

Diffuse gloom, devour life!

Day at a time, it gently unfolds,

Day at a time, unwrap the present,

Day at a time - don't falter, don't fret!



(Picture clicked at day break on the banks of Godavari)

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    1. Thanks Cindy - your encouragement means the world to my words:-)

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  2. Dancing across fields and ponds,

    Day break comes dispelling the dusk....those are awesome lines!
    Damyanti @Daily(w)rite
    Co-host, A to Z Challenge 2013

    Twitter: @AprilA2Z
    #atozchallenge

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Damyanti despite the demands on your time :-)

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  3. Beautiful pic. Love the way you started each line with D. Nice.

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    1. I hope to continue the pattern, God Willing! Thank you for the kind words.

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  4. Another good one! How do you do this?? Amazing!

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    1. It is probably all the encouragement that I get Shilp a that makes me do it - many thanks for the same:-)

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  5. Inspiring poem, Laxmi. But you always write so well! I kept reading the title as D day. :D

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    1. :-) D day puns so well right? Thank you Vidya for the inspiration to write well! :-)

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  6. I read the title as D Day too. oh u write so well laxmi- each day i go back a little more inspired :)

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    1. and your kind words inspire me to outdo myself - Thanks Priya :-)

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  7. DONT FRET is some thing i Highly need :)
    good one

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    1. You are in good company ;-)

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  8. Beautiful. You amaze me. How do you do it... i mean it must not be easy to write poem after poems focusing on a particular letter?

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    1. It starts somewhere and goes somewhere else Preetilata - I don't know for sure if being confined to a letter for the most part makes it difficult or easy :-)Cause I work with the words instead of the words working with me. KWIM?? Hoping to stick to the pattern as long as my vocabulary allows me to. A HUGEEE thank you for being amazed :-)) <3

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  9. Oooh ! I am falling in love with these alliterations . They come so naturally to you and the accompanying picture of Godavari is so beautiful :)and please just Sridevi or Sri no "Garu" :)

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  10. Day at a time - Unwrap the present - Loved this !

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  11. Day at a D! Wow... How did u manage these poems staring with the same letter in every line! I tried one post on C and was exhausted! Superb!

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  12. Laxmi, I am loving your way of doing this challenge.
    Y'day I tried commenting on your post so many times, but Blogger kept chasing me away :(
    Love the Godavari pic.

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  13. Delightful, thoughtful poem. Thanks.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!
    Bears Noting

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  14. Delighted always to read your poems. Very cool indeed.

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  15. Beautiful! And, the picture is amazing as well!

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  16. Delightful poem with D words, Nice picture.

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