Turning the wheel…

…..when the blue water plays with the shore to tell something…..

Your silent steps of love!

Posted by Rewa Smriti on November 30, 2011

Lost in thoughts

Swinging in the wind

A silent soul

With ‘a bag of mixed’ emotions

Searches for words

Holding a pen,

Between ‘silent’ lips

In silver light

Recalling restless spirit!


Before you reveal

Your unsaid feelings

Blown in the wind

Touched my silence, I felt

Deep in the heart

So close, so near

Through the passing clouds

While turning the wheel

You whispered

The words “I Love You…”


Yet, you say-

The world isn’t blind

Never fear, no

Just be silent, like a fish

Flow in deep river

For the river is flowing…


And I follow quietly

Your silent steps of love!


Note: This poem was written on November 26, 2011. It is written for my favourite flower, the love of my life! 🙂


19 Responses to “Your silent steps of love!”

  1. arshad said

    realy lovely poem di…..

  2. Dr Vishwas Saxena said

    This poem besides having a lyrical excellence,an inherent rhythm and a very handy tune is doing a great socio- ecological service to fast cruding out world where land acquisition is done for asset building to ignite dominance and hatred!To symbolize status—-,to snatch a free move of air.I ,right from my M.Sc days, very much enchanted by this flower’we called Butea monosperma’in ecological jargon and ‘पलाश’ in poetic rhymes. During our field exercizes I found that this flower blooms in the dry deciduous sub arid and arid regions of Rajasthan when all others flowers dry out owing to onset of summers in late April.It suddenly gives an illuminated look to dry forest as if glitterd with red bulbs!——–this symbolizes this flowers’endurant tendencies to ward of hopelessness and flag a fortune amidst adversities.In todays world we are fast metamorphising ourselves from COGNITIVE BEING TO CYBER BEING.CRUSHED AMIDST HARSHNESS OF LIFE we drag our life to simulated happiness resting on artficial stiumliis!But the very existence of this flower still assures us the glee over the vast stretches of plains where we played joyfully.In many parts of country I saw this flower being venerated religiously too.Palash promises revival,assures survival and promotes hope! All who love palash have a lurking attachment to conserve nature and socialize humanity.Rewa your composition takes me to a journey to my favourite William Words worthworths’ note worthy linings saying
    ——————–a host of golden daffodills!!!!
    Congrats for being in tune with a great poet like him.With my best wishes
    Dr Vishwas Saxena

  3. badaltey rang said

    Only a person who knows love can express such deep aspect of love so sensitively… I had goose bumps when I read it…beautiful, just like you!

  4. kumardh said

    Although I like only Hindi poems but after reading your English poem I think I should start reading English poems also. 🙂

    Good Work DIDI… Keep it up….

    vaise samajh me kuchh aaya nahi…. LOL ..

  5. iamtarun said

    hi di nice poem…
    di may i ask u a question?

  6. Lovely 🙂

  7. Ranjeeta said

    Absolutely Fabulous…fabulous piece of writing. Emotion always makes a poem great. This poem is full of emotion that reminds me of your innocent face. You are the most loving person and you have got so much love in your heart for others.

  8. amit kumar said

    nice poem……………..with lots of meaning………….

  9. @Tarun,

    Thank you so much for liking the poem. You can ask me any question…Just type! 🙂

  10. taru said

    hi di …..why u always give so much important to yhe palash?

  11. @Arshad,

    Thank you so much for liking it.


    Don’t worry Dharm, ye samajhne ke liye nahi feel karne ke liye hai. Lol nahi, you are baklol mere bhai 😆


    Thank you ji 🙂


  12. @Dr Vishwas bhaiya,

    Most of all, I want to tell you thank you for encouraging me to continue doing what I want. I must thank to you for the words of gratitude I received from you. You have given me so much inspiration throughout the years and always encouraging me to take another step forward. Once again Thanks a lot Bhaiya. And I hope that you will keep supporting me and encouraging me like this in the future too as it always gives me hope and courage to look forward.


  13. @Tarun,

    Hmmm…bachche dil ke sachche!

    As I mentioned in one of my posts that I am in love with my favorite flower since my childhood. Please click on the link to read about it: https://rewa.wordpress.com/2008/04/07/in-love-with/

    Life without love is like a tree without blossom and fruit. ~ Kahlil Gibran.

    Aah about Palash…where love is concerned, too much is not even enough. Isn’t it? 🙂 I feel, we must make a special room in our life for someone as important to us as ourselves, and we can give a lot just by paying attention to a loved one!

    with love,
    your didi.

  14. @Amit bhaiya,

    I must extend my thanks to you for your comment and appreciation.


    Thank you so much for always supporting me. I can remember everything dear…everything!

    @Badalte Rang,

    Thank you very much for your lovely comment! By the way it’s lovely name . 🙂

    And, Thanks a lot to Rahul, Reva kheta and Satish for liking this poem! 🙂


  15. taru said

    wow di…….. u r seemed soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo romantic.

    really r u ?

  16. Nidhi said

    Before you reveal

    Your unsaid feelings

    Blown in the wind

    Touched my silence, I felt

    Deep in the heart

    So close, so near

    Through the passing clouds

    While turning the wheel

    You whispered

    The words “I Love You…”

    loved it 🙂
    Oye hoye..tusi to vaddi romantic-shomantic si ho rahi ho 🙂
    O ji kya bat hai!!..bohot romantic poem henji.
    i think dis is best ever.hindi ho ya english..tusi jan dal dete ho lafzon mei!

  17. Lopa Sarkar said

    Awwwww, such a lovely poem. Perfectly expressed. Sooo romantic! It’s so cold here.

  18. Shiwani said

    I really appreciate your piece of writing. Great poem.

  19. simply awsome di………..kya bolu…..bas aap to aap hai
    lajwab hai aap !!!! :))))

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