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In colors I see hope!

I stood near the window
Gazing at the night so black
No stars, no light, no shadow
I felt I was under attack

Sipping up my coffee so brown
I could see on it the cream so white
Its bitterness made me frown
But the cream made the drink a delight

Those feelings and emotions so true
I remember having a dream last night
That dream made me feel so blue
Suddenly, there was a light so bright

There was a red car on the middle of the road
Bewildered, I slowly opened my grey eyes 
With the deep yellow light that glowed
It seemed as if it was devil in disguise

A manly figure disembarked who was suave
My feelings which I hold now in poise
He gently brushed his hands on my dress so mauve
My heart jumped with the shades of turquoise

The black sky had turned orange
I felt my spine allowed a chill to elope 
Taking away the thoughts of derange
As now in colors I see hope! 

So wake up, I am not sleeping alone again tonight. There's so much to dream about, there must be more to my life.


  1. Excellent stuff, Saurabh. Beautiful poetry. And I liked the last line as well. :)

  2. Hues and Emotions ... Splendid effort to combine them .

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    1. And I Love the name of your blog. Noob scribbler that's pretty cool :)


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