After the interval

‘Stop’, she told life

‘you can’t go

not yet not now

you have seen the tears

you have known the turmoil

but I can’t let you go

until

you have seen the gurgling bubbles of laughter

rushing forth in great emergency

molecules of happiness

breathing for the very life

breaking boundaries of the mind

the deep guttural roars of irrepressible joy

trapped beneath tears of impatience

bellowing noises  breathless

cracklings of the diaphragm

settling into the softness of a chuckle

disappearing into the silence of a smile

making its way to the eyes

now not soaked in sadness

twinkling in delight

the forehead furrowed

with laugh lines of fate

and faith,yes, faith

you have to see this

after the interval

there’s a twist!’

PS: Her of a thousand smiles

 

 

11 thoughts on “After the interval”

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    1. A little girl’s story has been in news from Kerala. She was being ridiculed for her energy and courage to face challenges. It was so moving to see how much will she really has, nothing can stop her! Thanks Albert. You are very encouraging.

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  3. I think our great poet Walt Whitman must have learned from you in another life. He would have wished to have written phrases like that, and these:
    “gurgling bubbles of laughter
    rushing forth in great emergency”

    And “deep guttural roars of irrepressible joy”

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  4. The true state of life is happiness, so I like to think. I have always wanted to read more Walt Whitman though I am more partial to Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson 🙂
    Sometime soon I hope to be reading more ….
    Humbled…

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