Kuma Raj Subedi
A Poet of Nepali origin, Mr. Subedi, is an ESL lecturer at TafeSA, South Australia.
A heavy heart in adulthood
Like a garden in the midst of a hurricane
Shattered are the vibes
As dripping honey from broken hives.
Be it a whirlwind or tornado
But a nothing much ado
It always survives
And blooms again with new hopes.
Leaves, petals, twigs, or buds
Crushed to utter neglect dudes
On the floors of fast-paced life
The journey resumes but with a fife.
New sunshine after the blizzard
None should ignore possible hazard
Melt away weariness and desperation
With a vigorous aspiration.
Down the path fallen leaves washed away
Visible far a new way
Each stride made leaves
Fresh prints on the life ahead.
Remorse, not the days have gone by
As each step forward diminishes sigh
Ups and downs- part of each trip
Meaningful thus, unfasten the grip.
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