Childhood Memories

Copyright Sue Vincent

In moonlight,
White as milk
In deep meditation
On top of hills…

Like silver foil on top of trees,
There is just something beautiful about you,

You only can tell, How do I forget you?
In my childhood I used to enjoy butterflies of winter,
I remember I was two when I first time experienced you.

I was in my dad’s arm.
And it was the cold night.
Snow was falling,
so much like stars.
Only you can tell
How do I forget you?

With loveπŸ’–

This is a response to the #writephoto Prompt – Snowfall curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.

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Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
Β© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Published by positivesideofcoin

Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. ~Winston Churchill I believe that life is beautiful,one should enjoy it and stay positive. This blog is about being positive and curious about mystery of mankind. Someone truly said expand your thoughts and you will enlarge your world. Follow this blog to see positive side of every aspect. It's about encouraging people to try out new pattern of thinking. Little about myself, With Ten years of experience as Television Producer, I started my career as an independent documentary filmmaker...I worked in television industry for decade....took break from industry when I delivered baby in 2015. One fine day I thought to write letter to my husband in which I wrote him how I see life....in the evening when he came home and instead of discussing letter part he asked me to start writing...as he thought I can express myself more in writing rather then as person. I thought blogging is out of box idea... The truth is, cheesy as it sounds, the internet has changed our lives. And now I can share my thoughts with whole world :)

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