My Dreams, will just be Dreams

My Dreams, will just be Dreams

There was Beauty in Her Silence,
So Beautiful was Her Voice.
Each Kiss She gave, was Elegant.
They made My Heart Rejoice.
Now Her Memories are an anchor,
Dragging down My Feet and Heart.
My weight, is slowly sinking.
But My Soul is not ready to Depart.
As the Clouds begin to Gather.
Thunder strikes the Ground.
My Shadow is ready for the Night.
But My Voice has lost it’s Sound.
I wish, I was…..true to Her
and had, My wrongs Mended.
My Dreams, will just be Dreams.
As now Her life has Ended.

© VishalDutia

Find Your Spotlight

Find Your Spotlight

Maybe the spotlight didn’t shine on all of your dreams
But somehow it just dimmed on this fantasy
Better yet, the light just hasn’t been found
Or maybe its not noticed on this side of town

Step into the sunlight
Shine your smile for all those tonight
Who’s going through a tough time
Be the light to shine so bright
Maybe your their dream’s coming to life
Disguised within your own work of art

Like the ocean waves sing the melody
Be the voice for those drowning emotionally
Your spoken words come to life
Spreading love and joy
Look, you found your spotlight!

©VishalDutia

Honey Lemon Voice

Honey Lemon Voice

She has a honey lemon voice
When she speaks its hypnotic
Her voice sounds like music
To the ear
It has a rich tone like fine wine
Honey lemon voice
She can calm frayed nerves
Elevate someone
Soothe rawness
Just by speaking
Honey lemon voice
She doesn’t have to yell
Or shout or jump up and down
She just has to speak
People smile and listen
Honey lemon voice
It’s as if her voice were gold
With spoonfuls of honey
And just a touch of lemon
Honey lemon voice

©VishalDutia

My voice

My voice

I’ve been looking for my voice,
For so long.
I’ve wandered aimlessly,
Not knowing that the only sound,
That never drowned me,
Has been the only sound,
that I’m always surrounded by.
My voice is silence.

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Faction Of Inaction

Faction Of Inaction

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so that it can be deferred
with forgotten words