Aphrodite

She spoke to me

Not a word said
Yet her silence whispered secrets
only a true mate to my soul could know

As I contemplated her silence
She seemed to blur

I saw her speaking to another
Or was it a reflection in her mirror?
Was it me?

I stayed wondering,
Eternity only, for company

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About Ramya Pandyan
IdeaSmith is the digital doppelgänger of Ramya Pandyan. I am a writer-storyteller. I work as a Content Specialist, consulting, training and delivering Social Content that drives conversations & builds communities. Tweet me at @ideasmithy or write to me at Ideasmithy[at]gmail[dot]com.

5 Responses to Aphrodite

  1. perspectiveinc says:

    Love the new look, very fitting!

  2. Brad says:

    Floating listlessly across the sky,
    In her mind, there was no when, how or why,
    The flutter, the water in the pink lotus did reflect,
    Quietly she wondered – ‘Am I the bee, or the flower beneath?’

  3. ideasmith says:

    @ Perspectivinc: :-) Thank you!

    @ Brad: Errm. As always the A.E.’s comment steals the thunder away from the post.

  4. Brad says:

    I shall refrain from doing that in future, and if I am tempted to make a comment, I shall write lame comment-poems. :P

  5. Ginger Girl says:

    All I want to tell these people is “ACT FAST”
    grrrr

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