The First Drop of "Tears".



Every drop of tear has its own destiny.
Some roll down for sorrow,
some in extreme happiness.
But luckiest are those,
which found their way out in love.
For, they will be transcended,
into words, spaces and signs;
and will be known as poems,
which convey sorrow and joy, the same time.


Tarun Mitra said…
Hey...An award for you waiting in my blog.:)
Anu Lal said…
Thank you so much Tarun.
Terri said…
Sweet..I have purposely waited to make comments until you had more in this series done...I can hardly believe you are on the 7th one...I better get caught up leaving my comments.
Sujatha Sathya said…
loves makes everything beautiful even tears

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