Who is she? (II)


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(II)

I was a budding flower.

Yes, you heard me right.

I was.

I’ll tell you

What I mean.

It was almost time for blooming.

They forgot that I was

To be exposed to sunlight.

What remains today

Is only a lifeless body.

I’m still a part of the plant

Which because of me

Would have been called beautiful

By everyone.

But because of me,

The plant is rejected

By everyone.

I am a corpse.


Read Who is she? (I)

Read Who is she? (III)

Read Who is she? (IV)

25 thoughts on “Who is she? (II)

    1. There is always a real connection to whatever all of us write. We take contexts from our life experiences, whatever we read in books, know about other people’s lives and see in our surroundings and in the world as a whole. So yes, there are real connections here and there.
      Could you relate the poem with yourself, even if in bits and pieces?

      Thanks a tonne for considering me for the award. I’ve a couple of award application posts pending. Planning to do them one (or maybe two) every weekend. Will notify you as soon as respond. Thankyou, once again! 💕

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    1. Thanks a tonne, Robert! Means a lot. 💙💙
      If you could spare some time, I’d love to know your analysis on the whole piece (obviously after I post the third part tonight) 😍

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  1. Beautiful! I had to read it several times due to its depth. I was captivated by trying to figure out the answer..like it was a riddle of sorts, a certain flower part… now I have go back and read part I. 😊

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    1. Thankyou so much 😇 May I know your name? I’m sorry I didn’t ask before.

      Would love to know what answers you found after reading the part I again!

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      1. You are so welcome! My name is Maggie. I loved part 1 and the only answer I found was the obvious…she is a flower. It is such a beautiful flowing concept and I look forward to the 3rd installment! You really have a gift Saumya! 🙂

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  2. Another strongly put together poem. I love the straightfowardness in your poems, if you get what I mean 🙂 It’s like you aren’t beating around the bush and saying exactly what needs to be said! ❤

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