The word I choose for the letter ‘F’ is Forgiving.
The quote I choose to go with the word Forgiving is- “Holding a grudge doesn’t make you strong; it makes you bitter. Forgiving doesn’t make you weak; it sets you free”.
Nobody is perfect and we all tend to do some or the other mistake in our life. There is no point holding grudge against anyone, as it will only hinder your inner peace. Yes, it is easy to say to forgive and forget but it is actually very very very difficult to practice.
Day 3- And now for our (optional) prompt! Today I’d like to challenge you to write an elegy – a poem that mourns or honors someone dead or something gone by. And I’d like to ask you to center the elegy on an unusual fact about the person or thing being mourned. For example, if you are writing an elegy about your grandfather, perhaps the poem could be centered around a signature phrase of his. (My own grandfather used to justify whatever he was doing by saying, “well, I can’t sing or dance, and it’s too wet to plow,” which baffled me considerably as a child). Or perhaps your Aunt Lily always unconsciously whistled between her teeth while engaged in her daily battle with the crossword puzzle. These types of details paradoxically breathe life into an elegy, making the mourned person real for the reader.
Today, I am going with the prompt but with a twist, coz it is not about the death of a person but it is actually mourning about the death of love the person once had.
Death Of Love!!!
“Change is constant”
You always said,
Mind and heart,
Did not forsee,
you included yourself!!!
For this particular post rather than posting the complete poem for a change I thought of posting the video of this poem. I think the importance, the meaning of this poem would be more effective when it is seen, and heard rather than only reading.