A kaleidoscopic magic

Like kaleidoscopic magic,

Stream of thoughts jostle,

Unable to express,

Misery within,

Point in time,

Shunning everything,

Voiceless to vocal,

True to self.

23 words.

Thoughts behind the poem :- Many a times, we are unable to express our opinions / thoughts upfront, fearing it may hurt someone, fearing it might be taken wrongly or for any other reason. The result is we unknowingly bottle up these unexpressed emotions, creating a havoc within ourselves. So, in the best interest of ourselves, we should express our thoughts openly, albeit in a considerate manner. Over a period of time one might master the art of eloquent expression. These are my thoughts, please feel free to express yours.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sammi Cox for running the Weekend Writing Challenge. The word of the week is kaleidoscope and the permissible word count is 23 words. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.


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  1. Well done, and I appreciated what you said after the poem…it is difficult sometimes to know what or how to say what’s in our mind or heart.

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