Savita Tyagi


A Point - Poem by Savita Tyagi

An affable desire rising from deeps of my heart
To search for a point where you and I can meet
A segue from rift to harmony
A soft touch, a moment of peace
A place to rest for restless mind
When bitter redundant passions turn sangfroid
I look around to see sky and earth meeting at horizon
The sanguine dusk embracing the night and day
The river rushing to meet the ocean
All my life I have been searching for something like wise
Never knowing the abscess of sorrow
Needs to be dissolved first to seek joy
The nub of life- the point of nirvana
But I need you to hold my hand to walk with me
Let's walk together in a world
Where mysteries of life still unfold
All those years I have tried to touch you in vain
I will take two steps for your one
But you have to move from your point of isolation.


Comments about A Point by Savita Tyagi

  • Chan Mongol Chan Mongol (4/19/2016 6:17:00 PM)

    Well focused. Well written......We are part of the bigger world with larger identity.........I will vote 10. (Report) Reply

    Savita Tyagi (4/19/2016 6:44:00 PM)

    Thank you Chan for your valuable comment..

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  • Pamela Sinicrope Pamela Sinicrope (1/14/2016 12:50:00 PM)

    This is a very touching love poem. I like the line about needing to clear out an abscess of sorrow before love can grow. The desire to lead another to a higher plane of existence is beautiful. Thanks! (Report) Reply

  • Akhtar Jawad Akhtar Jawad (6/4/2014 11:29:00 PM)

    Savita there are two lines in a ghazal Yeh kiska intezar hay available on this web site - -
    Kutch hum barhen kutch aao tum, yeh fasley mitaen hum,
    Gale milen miten gile, yeh kiska intezar hay.
    A point in all the affairs of life exists whereat the distances are eliminated, but efforts are needed to locate that point. (Report) Reply

  • Ritu Bansal Ritu Bansal (9/17/2013 2:29:00 AM)

    heart touching..! ! nice..! ! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 14, 2013


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