Moments of happiness

From afar appeared
The Sun of thanklessness
And there from afar he stood 
stricken, injured by motionlessness
Thirsted after the waters of paradise
Seeking the silk dress of paradise
He once told me
with eyes full of misery
That moments of happiness
Always tense his nerves
Troubles his disturbed conscience
Smiles and giggles of others
always exhausted his good intentions
He never envied joys of others
Maybe a small suggestion to be jealous
The dances with hugs  
Given and taken tenderness
Fresh water, From a nearby river
Was the last seen moments of happiness


© 2010

12 kommentarer:

liv2write2day said...

So glad you stopped by my blog so I could discover yours. I marvel at your ability to create beautiful poetry in English.
"Seeking the silk dress of paradise..." Nice image.

S. Sharp said...

Hi Victoria ... I'm really happy that your are commenting on my modest words. Thank you for your visit.


Brian Miller said...

nice. sounds like he journeyed but missed the do paint an intriguing picture...nice one shot!

Steve said...

Striking piece, emotional without being bathetic, maintaining that urban edge that permeates your site. Solid work.

senderupwords said...

This is a great piece. I can so relate to both contained in this piece. Sometimes at the same time. Nice One Shot. Love and Light, Sender

Shashi said...

Dear S

Its so nice and I loved reading it.. thanks for sharing...

ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya
Twitter: @VerseEveryDay

Nick Rolynd said...

Brilliant work. other words. I love this piece. <3

Mona said...

Envy would always make one miserable!

Pete Marshall said...

a wonderful one shot share...welcome aboard

S. Sharp said...

I'm more than thankful for your kind and sweet replies. These words will give me a strong driving towards new lines and poems.

Thank you so much ^^, <3


Anonymous said...

جامدة يابنتي

Anonymous said...

جامدة يابنتي

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