Acceptance

 

They accepted her wholly

Willingly acknowledged all her whims

Dreams were linked

Of all the people lonely.

They gave in their more

To call her own.

She could not see through

The love flowing in extremes.

She drifted apart

Cringing all the anticipations

Deliquescing the dreams nurtured.

Acceptance is in both ways

One end cannot adhere.

© Ila Varma 28-07-2016

Written for  Poets United Midweek Motif ~ Acceptance

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. I like this message, that acceptance must flow both ways, one side cannot do the whole job. Wonderfully expressed.

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    1. Ila Varma says:

      Thank you, yeah it’s a two way traffic.

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  2. Sumana Roy says:

    so sad; definitely she is a looser…however more experiences of the world will open her eyes…beautifully penned…

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    1. Ila Varma says:

      Thanks for the like n stopping by.

      Like

  3. Vinay Leo R. says:

    Yes. I agree. It would be good to find acceptance both ways, but dreams are such that one person’s dreams need not be accepted by another, and the excess of love feels like many other dreams are being pushed on forcefully. Maybe that’s the reason.

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  4. Beautifully weaved. I liked your take on the prompt.

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  5. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    This is so beautifully written Ila 🙂

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  6. Ila Varma says:

    Thank You Sanaa

    Like

  7. Donna Marie says:

    oh yes u do express yourself in poetry I love it thank you for sharing 🙂 blessings

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  8. Ila Varma says:

    Thanks Marie…keen observer n observations make me write

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  9. jmathur says:

    Acceptance is in both ways. One end cannot adhere. You said it Ila Ji.

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  10. rudraprayaga says:

    Acceptance is a solace to soul. Nicely worded.

    Like

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