The forgotten windowpanes

The For Gotten Window Panes by Blogger Moon Sonali Chanda Traveler Photographer Writer

I understood,though after a couple of years,
the window panes that I didn’t shut down earlier,broke down into pieces.
Let it be broken ,let it be scattered,if not now,then when?
We possessed no land, only had a small thatched cottage,
We shared it among the widows, who lived a life in pain.
Some scars cannot be hidden, some sonnets are inscribed into the skin,
Some questions are still alive, though the answers are known to none.
Where poetry is deceived by the realistic thoughts,
And I used several ways to describe,
I observed love to remorse in its cracked existence.
Would you be able to feel the pain, that I felt someday?
Would you be able to find you in the platform where my silent tears trembled on my cheek?
The cracked window panes made me remember..
every second made me feel..it was there to distract my soothing peace…threatening the most elated thoughts of mine.
Therefore, it should be broken,scattered into pieces.
…and no memories, no pains of the dreary thoughts and wretched love would remain.

About Sonali Chanda 37 Articles
Sonali Chanda : Eminent, young photographer, blogger Sonali Chanda is now launched her first travelogue as a promising author, with her personal experience about her travelling, photography about some unexplored stories about the land of high passes. She traveled different off route places , gathered thrilling experiences which will be shared with her readers gradually one after another in her series of books, She completed her photography course in Panipath after her post graduation in English literature and Phonetics. Originally she is from Kolkata, but for her work schedule, she has to stay outside Kolkata very often. So, honorable readers, do cherish and enjoy her travelogue with her, which she is sharing with all her readers, friends and wellwishers. She witnessed almost several diversities of our Indian Plateau, worked over different subjects in photography.. . Khuri village in Rajasthan, she experienced the tribal locals of typical rajasthani culture, their classical folks, breeding farms of camels, and the most popular forts, that are all our heritage. Like Rajasthan, she covered Mandu, Orchha, Jhansi, and many more places for her photography to explore the rich Indian Heritage. Kashmir, her recent explore, gave her a special experience as she travelled the last Indian Village, Turtuk, where still Balti language exists among the villagers.. Even she is interested in hills and mountainous parts of the Greater Himalayas and The Karakoram ranges, she proved herself a skillful photographer, as well as travel-blogger to share her views and photography.. .

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