A Quest on Overdrive … :)

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A Realization!

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When silence speaks
A thousand tongues,
My words can speak
But one.

And though my heart can
sense Eternity,
Beating in tandem
with yours-
Why do my eyes seek
And probe
And question?

The Language of Love
Perhaps, is one
I need to understand;
Still

And Still shall I be
I know, when I
Permeate and flow
As water-
As Life.
When I meet you
Where you have always been.

In me.

18 February, ’08

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Author: Usha Pisharody

A rambler, pretends to be a teacher, loves to dream, and go on Quixotic Quests in the Realm of Romance With Life...

25 thoughts on “A Realization!

  1. 🙂 :)..Thank you :)..For reposting that is..this is so sensitive, and the whole feeling of understanding someone as well as you know yourself, captured with the essence that lies in it all..love 🙂 :)Iam all warm and dreamy now 🙂

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  2. Aruna, thank you 🙂 Delighted that you too are managing your time, lol!

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  3. has a sense of “everything falling in its place”soothing!

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  4. And another beautiful one. What is the secret of such overpowering beauty in your verse? A beautiful mind?

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  5. I need to understand;StillAnd Still shall I beI knowI remember this. I had missed this di’still’ed magic of word. But now, reading it again gives me the same amazement with more delicacy. Really, its just You.

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  6. hey usha ma’m…loved it loved it! :)esp the first verse, it holds so true. silence can indeed speak in many ways. just beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful,mesmerising..brilliant!You have the ‘gift’ ..:)sublime….some works are beyond words…

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  8. Thanks Usha for reposting because I just recently discovered your blog.Are you published? I would want to get a copy of your poems. I don’t know why but whenever I read you I imagine Madhavikutty penning down her thoughts.

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  9. Soumya has already underlined the magic words of the poem!I need to understand;StillAnd Still shall I beI knowThis is such a magic.. I inadvertently drew an analogy with myself! Keep Writing! The day is not far when everyone shall keep everything aside to hear from you!

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  10. reminds me of a story which I heard when I was a kid…about someone who went in search of the most precious thing in the world little realising that it was with him all the timegr8 work

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  11. Ma’am… How do you do it!!??!! 🙂 I felt like reading it over and over again. Copied it… 🙂 Without ur permission. 😉 *not to worry, nothing’s up my sleeve* :)Peace.

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  12. beautiful n tender..soothin indeed 🙂

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  13. A beautiful realization indeed! 🙂

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  14. Its really really soothing to the eyes as well as the ears Usha-beautiful indeed-the purity of each of your compositions amazes me:)

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  15. I am commenting again just in case the previous comment didnot load:very soothing to both the eyes and the ears Usha! The purity of your compositions amazes me always…”When silence speaksA thousand tongues,My words can speakBut one.”Simply lovely

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  16. gossamer in words mam 🙂

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  17. And though my heart cansense Eternity,Beating in tandemwith yours-Why do my eyes seekAnd probeAnd question?……… Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Sanket, Thank you!Roopa, Oh-oh.. nothing of that sort, just rambler on the loose, who lets a few words go out through her.. Lol. Thank you for the beautiful words, it’s very very uplifting, and suddenly I’m confused.. 🙂 :)Soumya, I thought you might recognize this one. Thanks for that! And of course the lovely words you have for the write!!Vinay, Thank you so much!Meg, Hmmm… am not too sure of that, but it is lovely hearing it!! Thanks awfully!!!Meena, thank you!Solilo, Wow! I am in nth heaven, if there be such a place! Madhavikutty? Woah! No way! That is an ideal writer, especially her poetry. And no, am not published 🙂 Madhavikutty is my mother’s name too 🙂 🙂 So well, it fits, partly 🙂 :)I’m told there is a strong resemblance I have to her, my mother ie, so… Thanks a ton, Solilo, made my day, week and month with those words!Prabhu, ah, you comments are always intriguing and no less this time. Thank you so much! Praveen, have heard that story too! Thank you for the analogy you draw there :)Sashu, 🙂 Thank you as always, reading up my old stuff again and again :)Karthik, Well, I don’t know 🙂 And sure you can keep a copy, for yourself 🙂 Thanks!Tara, thank youMithe, thank you too. Published both comments anyways 🙂 Blogger has been erratic now and then these days:(Sunita, thank you !Matangi Mawley, Thank you so much!

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  19. Beautifully concieved and so delicately delivered. Well done Usha, keep it up.

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  20. a beautiful song…. of two lives, entwined intricately…. lovely

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  21. Wow !! Its absolutely beautiful !!!…………………………….And though my heart cansense Eternity,Beating in tandemwith yours-Why do my eyes seekAnd probeAnd question?

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  22. @Painting the Savanna, thank you for the kind words for the write :)@N, Thank you so much!

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