Reborn

Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul
And sings the tune without the words
And never stops at all.
― Emily Dickinson

The sun has set 
On yet another opportunity.
His last rays
Igniting the dying embers
Of hope and faith.

The shadow of this
Certain uncertainty has left
Us all rotting
In a void of non-existent knowledge
In blissful oblivion of what follows.

Misplaced faith and hopeless hope
Drown in 
Their own regrets, for
A past wasted,
The present lost,
And an elusive future.

The sun rises and sets everyday,
Each ray renewing
Hope that once ceased to prevail.

You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.
― Pablo Neruda


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Published by: Introverted Thoughts

(Always lost in thoughts, firmly anchored to dream-world but existing on Earth) Just an introverted teen who loves to read, write, and draw. I mainly post articles, poems and random thoughts. I use words for expression but pen them down for catharsis. Open to constructive criticism and any kind of feedback! P.S I also have a book blog, called 'Paper Hearts' under the name, Bookish Thinker!

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58 thoughts on “Reborn”

  1. Guten Tag

    Vielen Dank für Ihr Poem.

    Die Seele ist der Quell
    allem Sein
    allen Dingen
    aller Welt

    wer hoffen will
    der glaubt sich all zu viel
    wir haben unser Leben
    als ein Wesen
    auf dieser Erde
    als Geschenk

    zu: – Emily Dickinson

    Wenn wir so weiter machen
    werden wenige Blumen
    in der Wüste
    den Menschen überdauern

    der Frühling wird dann
    über eine lange Zeit
    von einer Brandwunde
    über unsere Erde hinweg
    verstummen und verscheucht

    zu – Pablo Neruda

    Herzliche Grüße
    Hans Gamma

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    Guten Tag

    Vielen Dank für Ihr Poem.

    Die Seele ist der Quell
    allem Sein
    allen Dingen
    aller Welt

    wer hoffen will
    der glaubt sich all zu viel
    wir haben unser Leben
    als ein Wesen
    auf dieser Erde
    als Geschenk

    zu: – Emily Dickinson

    Wenn wir so weiter machen
    werden wenige Blumen
    in der Wüste
    den Menschen überdauern

    der Frühling wird dann
    über eine lange Zeit
    von einer Brandwunde
    über unsere Erde hinweg
    verstummen und verscheucht

    zu – Pablo Neruda

    Herzliche Grüße
    Hans Gamma

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    1. Anhang:

      Good day

      Thank you for your poem.

      The soul is the source
      all being
      all things
      all over the world

      who wants to hope
      he thinks too much
      we have our lives
      as a being
      on this earth
      as a present

      to: – Emily Dickinson

      If we continue like this
      will be few flowers
      in the desert
      outlast people

      spring will then
      over a long time
      from a burn
      across our earth
      fall silent and scare away

      to – Pablo Neruda

      Best regards
      Hans Gamma

      Bitte entschuldigen Sie meine Unaufmerksamkeit.

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      1. Diese Verse sind Gedichte für sich. Ziemlich zum Nachdenken anregend und faszinierend.
        Vielen Dank für Ihre Erkenntnisse!

        ———————–
        Those verses are poems in themselves. Quite thought provoking and intriguing.
        Thank you very much for sharing your insights!
        Take care!

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  2. This was my most favored part:

    “The shadow of this
    Certain uncertainty has left
    Us all rotting
    In a void of non-existent knowledge
    In blissful oblivion of what follows.”

    One of my friends ( which is very satrical ) used to say “In rust we trust”, and that reminded me of him.

    Is the big type writer in the background new?

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    1. I’m glad you liked that part! ‘Certain uncertainty’ was one of my favourite phrases to write.
      That’s an interesting saying, it rhymes too!
      It is. I redesigned my site a few days ago and went a tad crazy with typewriters 😂.
      Thank you for taking the time to read and comment!

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  3. Have you studied Literature or published any work? I can’t get over how incredible your writing is. The flow of your poems, your personification, and imagery wow me every time. I especially liked the juxtaposition of ‘certain uncertainty’. I have to admit – I read a lot of poetry from bloggers, but it’s rare that they’re at this standard.

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    1. I’m afraid it is a no to both, I’m 16 😂 and yet to drive deep into that field.
      Aw.. thank you so much! It makes me so happy to hear that you’re enjoying reading them! Me too! I felt it was a good way to describe our state of feeling at times.
      Thank you very much for your kind comment, Simone!! I’m glad you liked the poem!❤️

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