Tuesday, December 25, 2012

The to and fro.

I find, I lose
In the joy
Of crushing to death
The dead leaf
On the cold road.

The momentary satisfaction
From the crispy sound
That I hear
There I find, I lose

In the comfort
Of staring into nothingness
The charm in staying still.
Staying there
Right there in space

Yet gliding through thoughts
And chasing back to the start
In the sunshine
In the color yellow
And in the song
I find, I lose

That momentary satisfaction.

News of the month, or year: I received three complimentary copies of my first publication a few days back. It's a literary magazine, kind enough to publish my poem (Haiku) Light Empowers which I wrote a little more than a year back. Needless to say, I am ecstatic beyond limits! =]

Here is a picture for you.

Now waiting for the next one to launch. It is almost hard to believe what I'd dearly wished a few months back has come true so soon. Like my wishes were strongly heard. #Touchwood

Time to strike off another entry in the list. BLISS!
Image source: Phone camera. Picture quality makes it pretty clear. :P

P.S: Merry Christmas!


  1. Beutifully penned with words that appear to be soft music to ears:) Congratulations for being published and wish you many more laurels in the New Year and beyond, Vinati!!

    1. Thank you so much sir for the consistent motivation. :)

  2. This is quite an achievement Vinati! :D
    I can completely understand how you must be feeling!
    Congratulations! :)

  3. Congratulations sweetheart..!! :)

    You write beauty..*touchwood*. :)

  4. Ah, the bliss of momentary satisfaction - quenches your soul somehow... I've always been a HUGE fan of your work Vi and you getting published, will ensure you'll have many more appreciators of your written word! :D

    Needless to say, I am SO SO SO very proud of you dost! *Super tight Hug* *Touchwood*

    1. Reading your heart-felt comments is like a therapy to me. Sach mein!! :D

      Thanks you for being sooooooo ultra supportive. Muah!

  5. Yay!
    I am sure the news of the year is more than bliss of momentary satisfaction :P.