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Excuse me N look at me



Excuse me and look at me

You can see yourself in my eyes

You can’t be you without me in you

You know that much better

You know that I know the same

You are playing to be unaware

We are one, one for endless time

Bonded by God, blessed with selfless love

No matter what occurs in our days

Our hearts will beat as one forever

Author: Akhila

Akhila is a plant-woman breathing poetries. She loves to decode signs from the universe. Akhila is the founder and sole contributor of wordsandnotion and qualitynotion. She bleeds out all the intoxicated imperfections of her soul through her blog and twitter handle.

48 thoughts on “Excuse me N look at me

  1. Sensuously expressive. …

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  2. Romantic to the core…wonderfully penned… πŸ™‚

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  3. So thoughtful πŸ™‚ This could be the mirror speaking! Loved it

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  4. Beautiful πŸ™‚

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  5. This brought to mind something I had been thinking about the other day, about how we leave pieces, impressions of self with everyone we come in contact with. Co workers, teachers, friends, school mates, not just the folk we are intimate with such as relatives. Even those fleeting moments, over a store counter, saying pardon me to someone we just bumped into. Data, we wind up being data which God can use subconsciously in other human machines.

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  6. Beautiful

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  7. Hey Akhila.
    This is lovely, and great to see you back 😊

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  8. I love this! We really are all connected.

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  9. Hi Akhila…love the feel of this poem. Nicely written.

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  10. Hey Akhila, how are you? It’s good to see your post and you after so long.

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  11. Very well said Akhila! We’re one connected by an invisible thread:-)

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