And i dream
  • And i dream

The day that’s different than previous one
But the memories are same
It comes into my mind
And Disappears in the winter fog
Yes I feel so cold in your absence
so cold without your warm lap
So lost in past
For a moment I live in that unachieved endeavor
It brings smile on my lips
It brings pain in my heart
It saddens me
It mesmerizes me
I become restless for a moment
To touch the image
To feel the breadth
The warm hug and my belief
And suddenly
I feel the pain
That still ruling over my heart
It breaks into pieces
I try to recollect it
But realize it’s been years
And I am far far-away
Struggling to make the new identity
Fighting for the existence
And I am lost – lost in worthless part of life
And all my feelings for life has gone
All my sentiments for me has gone
I being a stone
Just observe the things
The mountains and the rivers of my life
All the way to my destiny
The continuous journey of the smiles and the tears
The pain and the joy
Gathering all in my bag
Determined to touch the sky of my life
It’s just not a dream
I am not only ambitious
I, work to get them
I, work to achieve them
Yes I dream of being the one
To make the change
Yes I dream to wipe their tears
And bring the smiles on their face
Yes I realize I was lost
But still
I dream, I dream a lot.

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This is a beautiful line and as I was reading I felt the way you are feeling too, I just think we can be the change we want to see too.

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale Founder/Project Coordinator Star of Hope Transformation Centre 512 Road F Close Festac Town Lagos-Nigeria https:

hey so great to read your comments. thanx so much and yes we can be the change we want to see!!!coz we speak for ourselves and for those who are unable to speak:) thanx so much

Peace,

Nilima www.nilichari.wordpress.com

Your poem is one of light and hope, and your use of imagery brings such richness to this journey. You use your words so beautifully to capture the essence of who you are, and your descriptive language helps me feel connected to you and able to relate to you even though we come from different worlds. I eagerly await your future posts!

Hardik subhakamana, Janice

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~ Anais Nin

I am more than happy to be on your network first of all.

yes no matter how far we are are how differently we have traveled our life, but the our dream and work connects both of us that is why we understand each other. Thank you so much for your precious comments, it shows how much we are similar on our journey.

thank you so much

Peace,

Nilima www.nilichari.wordpress.com

Dear Nilima,

I had no idea that you are a poet! I enjoyed reading your beautiful words - it moved me and I think speaks to many of us who have dreams and struggle to find clarity on the journey towards realizing them.

Thank you for sharing, and I hope we will read more of your poetry in the future.

Love, Jade

Hey Jade,

thank u so much for encouraging and more than that thank u so much for letting me to be in pulsewire-its such a great opportunity.

Peace,

Nilima www.nilichari.wordpress.com

This was beautiful... I felt every word. Youe feelings permeate the paper and brings everything to life. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful piece with us!!!

Mia

Hello Nilima,

I would love to use this for my Womens Voices a global letter writing exhibit in NYC. Would you mind to submit? I am sure many people would love to hear your voice!!!

Please let me know. we are not sharing photos just writings from women across the world.

Mia

Its the great opportunity for me to submit this as the letter to your exhibition..I am translating my nepali poems to english...and i will be sending you very soon....by when it should be submitted?

Peace,

Nilima www.nilichari.wordpress.com

Dear Nilima keep on dreaming and sharing such a great words i am here to enjoy and share Ola

It is never too late to try make your way to your dream and left up your expectation. Sudanes Women Building Peace www.suwepmovement.org