keeping faith

8453200_f520They say “never judge a book by its cover”
If seeing is not believing ,
I am then a poor judge…
If you smile and talk,
I believe you with no puffed feelings at all.
for- I am bad at calculations of emotions
my response will be from my heart
so often I feel guilty when proven wrong…

Watching my cynicism I say to myself
Never trusting isn’t any more accurate than over-trusting.
I will Just take more time I guess.
I am not bird so don’t try catching me in a cage
I am a person of free will
and Courage is my greatest virtue

So rather wandering away from the crushing wheel
I turn inward to the center to be saved.
The surging sea of turmoil has a light house…
There duality wavers…
The stories of saviors enter my heart through ears.
Doubts evade , pride falls and wisdom restores

Peculiar ,extraordinary and disinterested
faith has no parallel for it envelopes all-
of the movable and immovable world.
So I enthrone faith in my heart

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8 thoughts on “keeping faith

    1. 🙂 thank you Dalo for your kind words and appreciating my composition….hope to visit more amazing places from the lovely pictures you share and relive the adventure….
      Warm Regards,
      Sheetal

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  1. Beautiful thoughts nicely composed. Faith is indeed is virtue which makes the impossible possible. To power our faith धैर्य is a prerequisite धैर्य being a composite of trust and patience.

    Thanks for this lovely poem! And cheers 🙂

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  2. This poem’s great! Duality does seem to waver often when it comes to faith. I like this line a whole bunch, which is so me: “I am bad at calculations of emotions”.

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