My solace in the chaos

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Crimson is color of woe
which adorns my
mold that is shaped
by the bitter
caress of wind
and water
Why is it that the
world no longer
sees pain as pain–

I am fragments of love
scattered into the
horizon, to hold me
is to search for
compassion in your
soul–

Mysterious this night
weaves its way into
my heart
as overhead rose
full moon a shade
of dusty rose
inquiring are you
solace, my solace
in the

~Chaos~

the in solace my
solace you are
inquiring
rose dusty
of shade a moon  
full rose overhead as
heart my
into way its
weaves night
this
Mysterious

–soul your in
compassion for
search to is
me hold to      
horizon 
the into
scattered
love of
fragments am I

–pain as pain
sees longer no
world the that
it is Why
water and wind of
caress bitter the
by shaped is
that mold
my adorns which
woe of color is
Crimson

 

Photo credits: Pinterest

Form: Palindrome

Posted for ‘Sunday Mini-Challenge’ @ Real Toads

and Posted on the Poetry Pantry @ Poets United

Comments

  1. Marian says:

    Ahhh, mysterious!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Marian 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

      (and thank you for the lovely prompt)

  2. gillena says:

    Nice bit of rhetoric there
    “are you
    solace, my solace
    in the
    ~Chaos~”

    much love…

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Gillena 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

      Much🌼love

  3. Definitely mysterious, Sanaa!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Kim 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  4. Bjorn says:

    Very mysterious. — loved it.

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Bjorn 🙂 so glad you liked it ❤️

  5. Jo says:

    Dark and mysterious — love it!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Jo 🙂 so good to see you ❤️

  6. Vivian Zems says:

    “Why is it that the world no longer sees pain as pain..” A profound statement and a lovely poem. A giggle reading it backwards 🙂

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Vivian 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  7. kaykuala says:

    to hold me
    is to search for
    compassion in your
    soul–

    There has to be some efforts before rewards come your way.

    Hank

    1. Sanaa says:

      Definitely 🙂 thanks for stopping by, Hank ❤️

  8. Magical Mystical Teacher says:

    I never thought of crimson being the color of woe before I read your poem, but why not? Any color associated with horrific or depressing events becomes a color of woe.

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, MMT 🙂 so good to see you ❤️

  9. Kerry says:

    Such an ambitious palindrome, Sanaa. I am in awe.

    1. Sanaa says:

      Aww gosh!❤️ Thank you so much, Kerry 😀 so glad you liked it!❤️

  10. Old Egg says:

    The sadness or woe does turn itself inside out in ones mind as you fight to understand the loss you experience. I do know that love does hurt when it flees away Sanaa!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Robin 🙂 so good to see you ❤️

  11. Mary says:

    Beautifully woven. Enjoyed that the poem seemed to go full circle!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Mary 😀 so glad you enjoyed it ❤️

  12. What a wonderful poem!!!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Annell 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  13. Beautifully written ! Solace in chaos – lovely.
    Especially loved these lines :
    “I am fragments of love
    scattered into the
    horizon, to hold me
    is to search for
    compassion in your
    soul– ”
    It’s so true – we must have love and understanding within and then we can understand it outside.

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Neeraj 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  14. Thotpurge says:

    Why is it that the world no longer sees pain as pain- liked that!!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Rajani 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  15. I love the dusty rose moon!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Sherry 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  16. kanzensakura says:

    Dark and mysterious. I like how this goes full circle.

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Toni 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  17. ayala says:

    mysterious and dark.

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Ayala 🙂 so good to see you ❤️

  18. I think you are very brave to attempt the palindrome! So far my efforts have not resulted in anything I could use. But I have been thinking of using a central, unrepeated pivot line – and here you have successfully done just that!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Aww gosh!❤️ Thank you so much, Rosemary 😀 so glad you liked it!❤️

  19. Rebecca says:

    Why is it that the
    world no longer
    sees pain as pain–

    Sigh… Such a powerful and poignant statement! 💙

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Rebecca 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  20. Jane Seymour says:

    My goodness! I don’t remember seeing such an accomplished palindrome before 🙂 Bravo!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Aww gosh!❤️ Thank you so much, Jane 😀 so glad you liked it!❤️

  21. Ekta khetan says:

    Whoa! that’s sweet and so poetic. Loved it!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Ekta 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  22. somehow this sounds sweet like a song for me…love the tone!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Sreeja 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  23. … fragments of love scattered into the horizon … love that line … beautifully written 😊

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Loredana 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  24. dsnake1 says:

    there is so much mystery in it. 🙂

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Cheong 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  25. Jennifer Lawrence says:

    I am fragments of love
    scattered into the
    horizon, to hold me
    is to search for
    compassion in your
    soul–

    Gosh this is breathtaking!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Jennifer 😀 so good to see you ❤️

  26. Sara McNulty says:

    ‘to hold me
    is to search for
    compassion in your
    soul–’

    gorgeous poem, Sanaa!

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Sara 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  27. There is such a terrible sadness, mixed with a sense of longing, in that first question. Why is it indeed? Will the world ever see pain as what it is, again–ever-changing, building and shattering…

    1. Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Magaly 🙂 so glad the poem resonated with you ❤️

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