Forgiveness. {Poem} ~ Aisha Chapra

Via Aisha Chapraon Oct 24, 2013

forgive

Forgiveness.

October 16, 2013

7:13 pm.

a touch of color

begins at the

centre,

and it spreads through

the blank canvas.

bleeding through

the ripples,

the movement

soaks itself in.

and i ponder about

this

time of forgiveness.

splash

the color

with my feet.

chew

the words

with my mouth.

travel

the landscape

with my mind.

floating on my back

the color soaks me through…

watch myself end

what i never began.

 

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About Aisha Chapra

Aisha Chapra is an aspiring human, learning how to breathe and be mindful of how she moves her feet. Living in one of the largest cities in the world, (Karachi) Aisha makes her way through with the help of her community, prayer, trust and gratitude.  Read more about her at her website.

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