My name is Rashi Singh. This is my first ever guest post and thanks to The Pensieve, I’ll be guest blogging for a while here!
Writing poems and short stories are ways through which I express myself. So, here is one of my best poems!
Roaming the mounts
Wandering the seven seas
There is much to explore
Much to feed his fantasies
Trysts of meandering rivers
And bridges, extending arms
To the summits encircling them
Lying vulnerably are the farms.
He maunders around places
From dales to towns
Where pines are sentinels
And the peaks form crowns.
Nature takes a woman’s guise
Cascades fall in beautiful strands
Torrents intertwine as fingers
And linns reign the mystic lands.
Unquenchable is his thirst
To rove about the ranges
To unleash the vagabond within
And to experience all the changes.
Waves merge from green to azure
Grey dominates the blue sky
He has yet to see, yet to hear
The whirling gale’s first cry.
Overwhelmed at the idea
Of not living enough to see it all
He hides under a rock
Awaiting his last fall.
Drops of rain pierce the blue dome
He watches as the water falls down
Sorrow slowly subsides like the rain
And waves break in crowns.
The grey uncovers a clear blue
And sunlight dances between trees
They console him and push him
To see every crevice and crease.
Mountains challenge him
Streams bounce through sun rays
And the pine before him bows
‘Go ahead, Wayfarer’ it says.
Thank you for reading! If you liked this post and are interested in reading poems and short stories then do take a look at my blog, Fictive Finesse. If not then feel free to drop any tips so that I can improve!
See you in a couple of weeks!