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I thought to search for means of joy,
One which time could not destroy.
With time I learned that joy to give,
Like faith to hold and life to live.
Chide not the tongue that’s nice and sweet,
Unseen, unknown these angels greet;
Their laughter soft echoes in streets.
Souls in need have hopes now held,
My constant heart needs joy to spread.

Their woes shall now progress through me,
Then, a garland of bliss shall vow to weave.
Though flowers distilled with winter meet,
They refuse to hide in the warmth of defeat.
Moreover leap where others refuse to tread,
My constant heart needs joy to spread.



Photo Credits:

Form: Rondeau

Posted for Midweek Motif @ Poets United

& Posted on Open Link Night @ dVerse Pub

72 Replies to “Joy”

  1. Sharing positivity to mankind – this poem has the attitude everyone needs.

    Stay safe there Sanaa. Looks like KSA and neighboring countries are in conflict.

    1. Hello Totomai,

      Thanks for stopping by, so glad you liked it 🙂
      Highly appreciated, have a great week ahead.

      PS: Thanks I will!

  2. Yes, what the world needs now is the joy from doing good works, not the joy felt by Republicans as they hold down the common man. We live in the eternal Now, & since life is short, we need to find joy every day; smiles.

  3. I love the thought that there are angels among us in the streets spreading joy. Lovely, Sanaa, uplifting and joyous. 🙂

  4. ‘They’ say at the vortex
    of all atoms is swirling
    energy no different
    reAlly than
    any tornado..
    or vortex..
    and we at
    core are that
    energy.. matter..
    illuSioN.. Force..
    joYful Force..
    Atoms spin..
    i learn
    above of me..
    Joy.. now.. all the
    positive eMoTioNs
    spiRaLinG ForCe N0W
    that becomes i as I
    Dance Atomic
    Joy below
    as long as
    i swirl as
    ‘r o
    u n
    Force as I..:)

  5. I like this rondeau – both as song and its content. Your use of anapests to break up the beat of the iambs was interesting. It changed the tempo and arrested the eye at important points in the poem. Well done!

    1. Hello Abhra,

      Thanks for stopping by, so glad you liked it 😀
      Highly appreciated, have a great week ahead.

      PS: No problem 🙂

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