The crippled girl with a racing heart

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They said she could never create music

for she wasn’t gifted with hands.

But they were deluded

for they only saw that she was physically impaired,

and not the burning passion within that flamed her desires.

‘My body is simply a machine that takes my commands’ she said

pacing frantically through the lush green grass.

‘I give the orders, not take them’

cried her chirpy heart.

And she hopped over the piano,

creating sensational music

and uproar among the men she belied.

Despite the odds she lived her dreams

and left on the pages of history a substantial benchmark

to remind the world not to give up on their dreams even in the darkest hour.

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About SK Rajeshwari

I am an incurable bibliophile, dreamer, writer, poet and connoisseur of all things beautiful. This blog 'My Cosmos' is my first love and nothing pleases me more than constructive feedback for my write-ups. My second love is books. I am an insatiable and roly-poly bookworm. Books teach me how to explore the world inside me and the ones that are outcomes of someone else's unadulterated imagination. What beautifies my existence is the endless walk I enjoy putting on those shoes of imagination. Step into my world, feel my poems and allow your wandering soul to be hypnotized by the fragrance of the captivating manifestations of my dreams, experiences and imagination. Allow this feeling to creep into your being and let your nerves speak the language of beauty and artistry. Bienvenido :)

Posted on September 2, 2016, in Poems and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Great work. Keep up…

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  2. I like to say we are masters of our body, we rule ! Very Motivational poem !

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Such a pleasant take away! 🙂 ‘Never give up’ expressed with a motivating analogy. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Your poetry is excellent. You can create new imaginations very vividly.

    Like

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