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The Day We Became A History

The day we become a history,

the sepia air dampened the lush

green memories,the hollow houses

stood empty while the gleeful 

ghosts of the past occupied shallow

graves, that lazy brook saw it all

with her tearful eyes, the azure skies didnโ€™t

budge from their stands while the

ancient trees remained testimonials 

of the day we become a history.

40 thoughts on “The Day We Became A History”

    1. I read Christina Rossetti long time back, in my university days! Iโ€™m so glad you liked it Count, hope you are doing ok!

    1. Thanks a lot dear, Iโ€™m so glad you liked it. Truly appreciate it! Hope you are doing ok!

  1. The haunting undertone of your writing always leaves an impression. I love the way you captured even the minutest ripple of emotions so descriptively.

  2. Hi Tanya,

    What an interesting read. I could not have written it any better that you already did. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi,
      I am so glad my words resonated with you, truly appreciated your kind words. I am truly humbled ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Hi Megha, thank you so much for your kind words, truly appreciate it. Hope you are doing ok!

      1. YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        Are you with me?!?


        It’s a deal…we reject, wholeheartedly, any lingering notion of winter.

  3. What an interesting write, Tanya! Loved the gleeful ghosts still hanging around to see us put down!! Nature is like a cat. It always does its own thing in its own time!!

    1. Dear Dwight ( Alliteration :)) I am really glad you liked my poem. Agreed nature is like a cat, it has its own way (great metaphor) and yes the gleeful ghosts watching us over. Appreciate your profound insight and kind words. Regards.

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