Who’s wise?

Picture Credit: Daniel Salmieri in A Velocity of Being

Joy of unfiltered laughter,

Sharing, merriment thereafter,

Euphoria of giving,

Smile, the sign of living,

With such thoughts, creation materialised,

Currently left with a question, who’s wise?

Inside my shell, I seek relief,

No time to comfort each other’s grief,

A cherry wave, countered with hapless stare,

Talking to one another, is it anybody’s care?

Such attributes, man’s present disguise,

Currently left with a question, who’s wise?

67 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Reena Saxena for running the challenge at Reena’s Exploration Challenge #122. The challenge is to write a piece based on the picture prompt. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

Thoughts behind the poem :- Nature created us with attributes of laughter, cheer, sharing and other pleasant things, slowly we are forgetting them and hesitate even to talk to one another.

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