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The mesh of hues ---Challenge 2

The mesh of hues ---Challenge 2
By ANU on 01/29/2012
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Caught in multiple colours of emotions ,
I try to find my way through life ..
The red of blush
The green of envy
The yellow of warmth
The black of solitude
The blue of serenity
The orange of youth
The white of innocence
All blend to create a labryinth ,
A mesh of myriad strands,
To hold me in this box called Life .

Like a spider seems suspended with a invisible string,
But is drawn eventually to the core of the web...
When I try to distance myself from one of these shades..
The other one overpowers me ,
Bringing me back to the point from where I started ....

Can one ever get liberated from these coloured entanglements?
The criss cross of these shades of feelings ,
Of passion
Of love
Of hate
Of greed
and expectations ?
Or he has to remain lost in these hues of painting Of Life ,
Living each day decorating this mural
With multiple colours that define him ?

This is the quest that lasts a lifetime...

And in the end all but see a painting ,
Admiring it for its contrasts and combinations,
Seldom realising that it encapsulates the essence of an individual ,
And bear a testimony to the struggle of a soul ,
Trying to interpret life and its different colours .....

By ANU On 1/29/2012 12:59:27 PM
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