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Kavitha Krishnamurthy




Cool


When you laugh at your own mistakes

That's so cool.

When you have a heart that likes to help others,

That's so cool.

When you accept praise and criticism alike

That's so cool.

When you succeed by your own efforts

That's so cool.

When you don't take success to your head

and defeat to your heart

That's so cool.

When you don't let go of people you love

And let go of things you can't control.

That's so cool.

When you shine for your deeds

rather than your looks.

That's so cool.

When you are remembered

for what not you have

but for what you have accomplished

That's super cool.



You are my sun


You are my sun I am your moon

I set and rise with you


You are my sun

I replace and reflect your light all through the night

because of you

I glow and shine every night


I am your shadow

I exist and extinct with you for you are my sun

I am your moon

I set and rise with you



In You


In your eyes

I see my vision


In your heart I hear my beat


In your sleep

I see my dreams


In your world I envisage my thriving future


In your effervescent smile I found my lost treasure


In your mysterious silence

I read your incandescent message


In your each day I live my life


And in your life

I become immortal.



About the Author: Kavitha Krishnamurthy is a PMO by profession and a writer by hobby. She lives in Chennai, India, and as a writer, Kavitha keeps her cool under praise and critique.

Kavitha’s work has been published in Unlikely Mark V, Garfield Lake Review, and Dreich magazine, The Journal of Undiscovered Poets and Origami poems project.

She looks at writing as a platform to give colour and shape to her creativity and imagination. You can find out more about her work at Kavitha's Canvas | Facebook

 

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