Urmi Tanna


Intrepidity - Poem by Urmi Tanna

Go, follow your dreams,
Go, start your game,
Go far, as far as you can,
Desire like no one could dare,
This is what they said
To the girl who had never read.
She used to chase the faithful canines,
She used to play with the lovely felines,
Because they were her only lifelines.
She was young, young and bold,
Her eyes glittered like the glittery gold.
She would dance in the rains,
She would hop over the lanes
she would gaze the constellations
With amaze and admirations
Hoping that one day, one fine day, She would overpower her limitations.
She had no maps, yet the desire to travel,
She had no wings, yet the desire to fly,
She had no dreams, yet the desire to build,
A 6 year old had no one as her shield.
She made herself a beautiful plait
Like the kids heading the school gate.
She had no pen but a sheet of paper,
She had no words but so much to utter.
She made her home sweet home across the streets
Playing with the stones but nothing to eat.
Someday someone generous would give her a treat
And her face would light up like the ignited stick.
she had the passion, she had the light
To conquer the world with all her might.
Sitting down the lane she would curse her fate
Yet she never lost faith and chose to wait.
Go, follow your dreams,
Go, start your game,
Go far, as far as you can
Desire like no one could even dare,
This is what her little mind ever said
Come what may, you can best the rest!

Topic(s) of this poem: inspirational


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 15, 2017



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