Joy

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 8 Comments

















Yielding beauty
Unyielding passion,
Whelming joy
quenching thirst,
turning riot
Out of proportion
No way to count
No way to predict
Like a bubble
Glows for a second
Disappears the next
Joy at its extreme
The moment it's thrust upon.

(I could only smile, when I read it now...)

viji suresh

Some say he’s half man half fish, others say he’s more of a seventy/thirty split. Either way he’s a fishy bastard. Google

8 Candles:

Brosreview said...

"Like a bubble
Glows for a second
Disappears the next
Joy at its extreme
The moment it's thrust upon"

These lines are simple yet so effective!!! So true that happiness sometimes last for a short period. But, it is remembered for years to come until death, perhaps.

Good writing!!!

Chriz said...

so when did you originally write it?
situation?

Viji said...

4th October 1994... when Sure(sh) came and told me after almost a month after our wedding, when I gave up all the hopes on our honeymoon, "take leave, we are going out for a week, just you and me"

I was so happy when he said just you and me. but of course that's what honeymoon is all about :)

Viji said...

how true Ajey... not just joy, even sorrow, it's at it's extreme when we feel. the duration before is anticipation and later is known fact... only those few moments is potent.

sudharm baxi said...

"Like a bubble
Glows for a second
Disappears the next
Joy at its extreme
The moment it's thrust upon."

Beautifully crafted..Not to be obscene but one word that comes to my mind for this is orgasmic..

Lovely ending..

Viji said...

:)thank you sudharm

Cognizance said...

Viji,u cheated me.. :) simply!!! I thought of writing a single word for this "Love" but after reading ur comment, iam too late to say this,...

Yet fact is fact....!!!

Lovely,
$undar

Viji said...

:D sundar

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At one, I learnt crawling was fun. At forty one, I still feel crawling is fun #blamemykneesnotme