Tuesday, November 24, 2009

On the Eve of a New Tomorrow


As we walk into a new tomorrow
with a hope for a better future,
I stand for a while
to look at the past
that still cast shadows
but perhaps wont last
forever;
as there's a sun
that's shining bright
and there's plenty more
to the life
than being near the window sill
and drowning in the moonlit night.


Following lines from Jose Saramago's 'The Stone Raft' form the inspiration of this poem.

Priorities of past should not be allowed to hinder the future.

While there’s life, there’s hope, so do not despair.

And though the above mentioned lines form the core of this poem, I still leave the question open; "Is it really possible to wipe off the past"?

:)


Image Courtesy : http://fineartamerica.com/images-medium/moonlight-window-chris-spuglio.jpg

2 comments:

deepshikha said...

Good one!! I personally think its not possible to wipe off the past but its possible to suppress it by joy of present and hope for a good future..

BLUEGUITAR said...

Hope held my hand,
and made me understand,
until Death comes,
all is life.

:)