Sunday, July 25, 2010

angular angels

angles in the path
distracted me
maybe I was lost
in that vast wasteland.
in the middle of no man's land
I ran over my life,
counting my achievements-
the end being near what else could I do?
you spoke to me in my mind
your love called out
what angel saved me
I can't fathom
yet I understood
I have had it always,
from you. from myself too.


The first word is ANGLES, deliberately done so, not to be confused with ANGELS.


Leo said...

i liked that ending.. it was beautiful.. even i can't fathom which angel saves me at times! :)

Greyscale Territory said...

Reflective and sensitively beautiful! Our guardian angels are remarkable creatures! They always know when to be there!

Loch Rob said...

I think sometimes that angel can be that inner voice that guides us. I also think the love we received is directly proportional to the love we give. Your poem is heartfelt.

Ramesh Sood said...

Angels..where are they..all around.. we always know..there are never any doubts.. perhaps we create doubts..certainly not for any angelic reasons.. Well Gautami, words just flowed.. I find your words in the realms of true poetry always...

Cynthia said...

beautiful poem: the yearning
followed by learning.

Patti said...

I loved how you did this- very creative and lots to think about as well. Our angel always knows...

Sandra (if) said...

it flows so well...!

Harshad mehta said...

A beautiful message.

SandyCarlson said...

That is a wonderful, loving poem. Thanks.

Jim said...

That love and the unknown angel did their jobs! Those achievements didn't help you escape one bit, did they?
There is a lot here I am missing but the parts I got are wonderful.

Tumblewords: said...

Angles in the path distracted me - excellent phrasing. I like this poem a great deal!

twitches said...

in the middle of no man's land
I ran over my life,
counting my achievements-

Love that part! As well as the ending.

JP/deb said...

nice play with the language.

I too loved the ending.


Lorraine said...

I love this so much Gautami almost as much as the angular angel title...;)

Jingle said...

beautiful flow,
loved your words.

keiths ramblings said...

Another beautiful poem. Thank you so much for your loyal support of Carry On Tuesday. Pieces like this make all the work involved worth every minute.