At the end of a rainbow

Lucy found her diamond sky

Her tears nourished the flower

on February 8, 2010

Her heart was so heavy
The miseries of world weighing her down
Her tormented mind found no answer
Her sorrow knew no bounds.
Weary, she lay down on the earth
To gather solace from the humble mud
Her answer lay before her eyes
for her tears made a flower grow
the warm water melted the cold snow
The little bud had struggled to bloom
Its courage drove away her gloom
Her heart was full of hope again,
Didn’t sunshine follow every rain?
Didn’t every night give way to dawn?
She smiled , got up and moved on…

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9 responses to “Her tears nourished the flower

  1. siddharth says:

    Nice one debs!! πŸ™‚ (you misspelt ‘knew’ :p )

  2. siddharth says:

    Nice one debs!! πŸ™‚ (But, you misspelt ‘knew’ :p )

  3. Ujwala says:

    really really nice. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  4. debbiebornfree says:

    To err is human … ;p

  5. FΓ«anor says:

    Yeah, ‘Debs’ πŸ˜› really awesome. But there’s no harm in adding ‘the’ and ‘and’ where they look good. πŸ˜‰

    • debbiebornfree says:

      Well.. let’s just say you were close to being spammed wise guy πŸ˜› Creativity sometimes neglects grammar, commonly termed ‘writer’s license ‘

      • FΓ«anor says:

        ‘Writer’s nonsense’ to be precise. πŸ˜› We all go through it. I don’t, but then again, I’m creative AND cynical. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰

  6. Nithya says:

    πŸ™‚ Will you believe me if I told you that reading all these entries in your blog page and coming here, after a really long time made my day?

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