When a Yes becomes yes truly!

She knew the answer
In that single moment.
What her dreams are,
What form it would take,
Who it would be,
What she fell for and
What she yearned for!
And for all those questions
Unasked yet answered!

The sprouting from the most
Darkest and deepest part
Of her heart and yet
Potent to encompass
Even the whole universe.

She answered yes,
To the one who would be
The base of her future
And part of every moment
In living out her life.

He jumped out in joy
For his dream came true!
She, to him is
A dream of decades,
Centuries and beyond!
An imagination for the future
Counted in few light years!
And the hope of his life!

Yet he did not knew
And would never know
That his jump of joy,
Trampled a little sprout,
In the darkest and deepest
Of her trembling heart!

And the yes was said,
Only in the hope
That the excess of love
Spilling from his brimming heart
Would be enough
To grow a garden.

A garden that is

Amazingly attractive with
Blooming buds,
Colorful, calm, cheery and
Dazzlingly Distracting her
From the erstwhile eerie era.
For the future is founded in the
Glorious gestures of him.

Her hysterical history
Is inappropriate and an insult to him in the
Journey jabbing with
Kindness, from the King of
Love, lust and listless luxury of
Meaningful merger of two minds.

Neither negotiated the needles,
Obviously Omnipresent in the
Pressure pursuing the presence of those
Quirk quiet emptiness lurking in the
Relationship rumbling with romance.

Still she shivered silently in
The thunderous transition of her
Unspeakables into utter useless rubbish.

Vulnerability of the viable future
Whisked her into Wishing for
eXclusive explosions of
Yelling and yet in the yonder, the
Zeal of him zapped her completely.

As she had been encompassed by his,
Love, lust and everything in between
In her heart and mind too!!

138 thoughts on “When a Yes becomes yes truly!

  1. Wow, so much creativity here! And the most positive lines are:

    ‘And the yes was said,
    Only in the hope
    That the excess of love
    Spilling from his brimming heart
    Would be enough
    To grow a garden.’

    Good work!

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  2. Loved the way, you phrased the entire poem in 26 lines, with 26 alphabets. Its just not the mathematical or alphabetical jimmick as it stole my heart with all the emotions. Well done. Looking forward to read more of such poems

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  3. 26 lines, 26 ways, loved this alphabetic poetry, It shows the effort and time you must have put in to alphabetically present it. Garden is full of emotions. Great post
    #PraGunReads #MyFriendAlexa #Blogchatter

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    1. Thank you for the appreciation and if you have felt it as my feelings, my imagination should deserve better credit! 😉

      Thanks for the lovely comment! 😀

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    1. Thank you for the kind words.. 🙂
      I too thought so about my talent, until one day, when I started writing them.. So it might simply happen to you too someday..

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  4. Beautiful way of expression. I know how hard it is to write poetry and you have done a fabulous job using the alphabets. You will surely find me browsing through your blog often.

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  5. What a breezy poem… emotions expressed in epic words… Loved reading every word of it…it’s been a while I read a good English poetry… this is wonderful..

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    1. I call every good, make happy thought a ripple.. I wish they create a moment of betterment at the least and a feel good thought that makes the world better..
      Thank you so much for the kind words.. 😃

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  6. Half way into the poem, I really hoped there is no twist at the end and the finish was so good. I hope that I will present this for the person who would say yes..Yes Truly to me 😉. I will read this until I meet her. Thanks 🙂

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  7. Wow! Is this wonderful or what? It’s a lovely poem and I particularly liked it where you wrote each line starting with a different alphabet in the alphabetical order. Thanks for sharing
    #MyFriendAlexa #CloudandSunshineReads

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