Like Splattered Ink

The beat of my heart mingled with the sound of wind
I breathe in with my eyes close
And breathe out every passion that will lift my hand up; encourage to write

I write with all hopes
Dreams, love, passion,
Imaginary, and reflection of life

Every words
Every sentiment is a chemistry
That add a little potion to power up my desire

To continue writing
Like a stream of water that flow endlessly
Just me, the wall, the ceiling, the pencil and paper

The sky darken by thick storm clouds
Rain falling hard kissing the ground
Wind thrashing the tree

Sending waves of whistling sounds
And the chills leaks through a small opening upon my window
Sending chills run through my spine

Continue I write
In a dim room
Spilling my feeling like splattered ink upon this paper

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Derdriu 4 years ago

Chanroth, What a brave, loving, philosophical tribute to the need of a writer to write! In particular, you excel at the coordination of beat, images and words.

Thank you for sharing, and with best 2012 wishes,

Derdriu


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chanroth 4 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Derdriu, thank you! I wish you the best of 2012 as well!


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Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago from Nepal

The essence of ink is to create words, words that are mines our of knowledge. When ink is splattered, it does not find meaning.


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chanroth 4 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi vinaya, thank you! Yes you are right, essence of ink is to create words. When i'm saying splattered ink, I'm speaking of writing random words/ideas to create something meaningful at the end. Like rough draft...


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thost 4 years ago from Dublin, Ireland

hi chanroth,

A beautiful poem, “Rain falling hard kissing the ground” is so sweet. It’s reminds me of schooldays trapped in that class room.

Thank you, I will vote up. And follow.

All the best


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chanroth 4 years ago from California, USA Author

Hello thost, thank you so much for following and reading, I truly appreciate it! Be bless my friend!

Chanroth

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