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Transient Power

By Aparna Bandyopadhyay

Contributory Author for Spark Igniting Minds

I sit on my rocking chair under the shade,

And reminisce of times gone by.

Running with speed, no time to sit

No time for the child who now can reach high!

Neighbours ran to their windows

When my long car pulled up home.

There were many hands raised

In expectations, during a storm!

A flashy signature of mine could,

Make or break lives too many.

Oh what heady power it was,

To make a sunny day all rainy!

Little did I stop to think ,

The tears that have come my way.

Power is but fate's mistress,

With tide of time can wash away!

If I had just paused to think,

Family and friends are wealth that be.

I wouldn't be lonesome today,

Hugging transient power to me!

(Featured Image by Jeffrey Robb from Pixabay)

About the Author

Ms. Aparna Bandyopadhyay

Aparna has been a physics teacher in various Air Force Stations and Private schools in civilian areas, whenever stationed at a place. She has written articles and poems in Air Force magazines and regional publications.

She is now focusing on methods to make the environment green and safe. Her motto is to keep learning from young and old alike, there being no end date to learning.

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