Thursday, November 02, 2006

~ Heights of Standing ~


Dead tree w/ sun.
Originally uploaded by flight404.



I'm reaching out for life
Glimpses of light
How many tears had spilt?
Uncounted aches of nights
Wailing inside
Yet standing in height
I remain to live
Beyond obscurities of life

My fixation as I was returning home today, how dead trees stand so firm …Beautiful facing the wind as though still living….a dead trunk to some but don’t you think the way these trees remain there a lesson for us..

Do think about it…


The photo belongs to flight404 in the flckr.com

Many thanks for the inspiration

15 Comments:

Blogger Brava Valentia said...

trees and especially palms always fascinate me!

3:27 PM  
Blogger Bluesky_Liz said...

Very insightful post, Nasra.

4:57 PM  
Blogger J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Something to think about -- thanks

5:55 PM  
Blogger samuru999 said...

This poem touched me!
Thanks!

Margie

10:29 PM  
Blogger Don Iannone said...

Nasra...your thoughts here are somewhat similar to those I have had in recent poems. I understand!

Odd buffalo-shaped clouds gallop
across the cold November sky.
I would have missed them completely
were it not for the perfect-circle full moon
glowing hauntingly bright at their backs.
Stripped of their leaves,
the naked skeleton-like trees reach into the sky,
as though searching for answers why
these near extinct clouds roam restlessly--
like my heart, which longs for peace
from its incessant wanderings.
Why does the light torment the darkness so,
and why does my heart suddenly long to be filled
by the moon and her secrets?

2:55 AM  
Blogger iamnasra said...

Well Thanks Brava, Liz, j. and Samuru and Im glad you enjoyed reading my poem..your response keeps me writing

Don
Maybe its reading your poetry that has some effect on me...Thanks for posting your poem here in my blog

1:50 PM  
Blogger Mimi Lenox said...

This is my first visit here. It won't be my last. I love your poetry. I have an affinity for trees. Lovely post. Thank you.
Mimi Lenox

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've wrote something rather similar yet about the sun. I'll be posting it soon insha'allah within my blog. Though, yours has a moral behind it which is very thoughtful of you while mine is a simple intellect that has been profound in a form of a poem. *Smiles*

6:50 PM  
Blogger meetu said...

ya long time friend ...but u have always tried to stay in touch. god bless u .guess u never give up on ppl.

1:28 AM  
Blogger Just A Human said...

I have always felt, trees follow me... infact they chase me they haunt me... Awesome words use by you. Good words works!

10:57 AM  
Blogger M. Shahin said...

How eloquent Nasra! And how beautiful! It is one of my favorite poems of yours so far. Many blessings in your writing and thanks for sharing that inner beauty with us.

Wa Salaam :-)

11:40 AM  
Blogger Tom Atkins said...

I have just found your blog and your wonderful poetry. Thank you so much for sharing your heart with us all. I'll be back. for you clearly have a wisdom of the heart to share.

Tom Atkins

10:55 AM  
Blogger iamnasra said...

Mimi Its so sweet of you to drop by

Don I seem to be still running back to your shore of poetry...

Mysterious been your blog and yes waiting for your new poem


Meetue its been awhile its true but its lovely to come to your blog as always you are such inspiration


Just Human been awhile ..its good to see here

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Jackal said...

That even in death there is beauty - nature is the biggest educator.

12:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its true that dead trees stand on this earth and most of the time think 'when is it going to be cut off or thrown away...and yet here you found beauty and inspired a ripple of thoughts that reached me and many of your readers.

(applauds)!

10:25 PM  

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