The Dichotomy of Clouds

Clouds only know relief
when we get drenched underneath
But who’s to know if they are
rejoicing the
R E L E A S E
or
grieving the
F
A
L
L
?

©NYM

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      1. I too am equally glad to know you. I will miss you and your poems. May you lead a happy life. ❤️

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  1. “The clouds are always improvising, but the culprit is the wind.” Fate will always try to change destiny’s hand lovely.🌹. A beautiful meaning in differences but I always tell you lovely, you are the rainbow in everyone’s cloud.❤️

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    1. Yes, I agree with Roy, Nandita you are the rainbow in everyone’s clouds. You are the softest most loveliest sunshine in the darkness. Your words reflect the honesty in your heart. May you always have a beautiful smile lighting your face.We will stay in touch ok dear🌼❤️

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  2. This is beautiful and poignant as love always is.I know you have poured out your heart with this short poem. Can’t fathom the pain you must be going through these days. All I can say is taking a break for some time but do come back. Don’t give up on your passion, writing has always been cathartic and it will be in your case too.I may not be a regular on your blog site but you know how much I appreciate your writing. Stay strong Nandita. Love and hugs.

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  3. So beautifully woven words! I love quizzical and wistful poems that make you stop and ponder! Thanks for doing that for me, Dear Nandita!!
    Sending you Love and Hugs and Sweet Dreams!
    Chuck
    xoxoxo

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