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Blind Alleys

written by: Gauri Dixit


Where eyes don't speak and lips don't lie
In the skies of the blind dreams don't die
I see not yet I see your words and the faint sigh
Loud enough to drown your goodbye

There will be a time similar to this now
When we will stand on the opposite banks and bow
Distance doesn't seem to bother the blind somehow
We cross oceans and rivers riding on the vows

Separation is a myth when togetherness is similar to a long distance call
You make the most of it then by giving it your all
Better than wasting time trying reaching for him and hitting the wall
Sing louder, sing clearer, sing truer standing tall

Gauri Dixit

Gauri Dixit

A software professional from Pune (India), Gauri writes English poetry. Her poems have been featured in multiple Indian and international anthologies. She is a regular contributor to many poetry pages and e-zines of repute such as Destiny Poets UK, Duane's Poetree, Glomag, Kubili Cafe, Learning & Creativity, Mind Creative, Spillwords and Stanzaic Stylings. She recently won the 'Reuel International Prize for the Most Promising Poet - 2018'. Her first poetry book 'In my skin, I find freedom' was recently released. She loves reading, photography and traveling.
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