Bashyam Narayanan


End Of It All


It looks as if
It is the end of it all

When dreams go dry
When screams go unheard
When path ahead gets blocked
When next step turns slippery
When doubts remain unresolved
When future turns gloomy
When supports go into oblivion

But it is all indeed a beginning
For new dreams to visualize
For new shouts to make others turn
For a less travelled path to discover
For firming up each step made
For thrashing doubts with calculated risks
For creating a future not waiting for to dawn
For standing up on your own

It is a new life
It is a fresh tender leaf
It is as fresh as a flower just blossomed
It is a new breathe with different fragrance
It is a picture with exciting shapes
It is a convas with unknown colours
It is a clear blue sky
It is a bright sun lit day with comforting warmth
It is a dawn bright and colourful

Brave the blocks
Break the challenges
See a new beginning
And it is really not
The end of it all

Submitted: Saturday, August 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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  • Bronze Star - 5,249 Points Lyn Paul (8/10/2013 7:34:00 AM)

    A great write and like knowing it is not the end, everyday certainly brings new life. Thank You (Report) Reply

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