Friday, 10 April 2015

I, Who Am I?
(I on Day 9 of A to Z Challenge 2015).

I am someone who cares.
I am a calm in storms.
I am a storm in tranquility.
I am streaming waters.
I am Contrasts, chaos and tranquility
Source: Google Search
I am soothing flames.
I am wet muddy sand.
I am drenched drought.
I am a dry flood
I am someone who loves.
I am someone you hate.
I am idle moments.
I am maddening chaos.
I am a caressing touch.
I am lazy yawns.
I am sweaty palms.
I am a hard punch.
I am a road rage.
I am a a car chase.
I am an inspiration.
I am a halt.
I am contrasts.
I am also shades of grey.

I am a red head born on Friday the 13th, a full moon night!


Author's Note: I am someone who looks back. I look back for more than a normal person would. I think more than your imagination could run. 

Once I am done, I am done. I will not turn around no matter how many times you scream.

P.S.: I, Who Am I? for I - April 10, 2015.

My ninth post for the A to Z April Challenge.
Jeez :)

11 comments:

  1. Good one. I can see very much you in this poem. So on Friday the 13th miracles happen too? :)

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    1. Thanks Shesha.. It is me :D - we all find ourselves in things we love doing, and you know what I love doing.
      Yep Friday the 13th thingie hapenned ;)

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  3. extremely nice, simple word with depth meaning

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    1. Thank you, I am glad you liked it :)

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  4. Lovely poem :) We are all such varied and changeable creatures, aren't we? :)
    ~AJ Lauer
    an A-Z Cohost
    @ayjaylauer on Twitter

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    1. Yes. It isnt easy to define an individual. We keep unleashing layers of us. Thanks for visiting

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  5. This was quite powerful. We can't be tied down to one thing and will change from day to day. Nice to meet you, just dropping in from the Challenge list.

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    1. Thank you Nick.
      Being tied down is suffocating. :)
      And for us writers it is just not the way of how we function.

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  6. Wow....chilling and heartwarming. I love how your comfortableness in your own skin shouts from your writing. Well done!

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    1. Thanks Donna for stopping by..
      It is important to do justice to self and accept oneself fully.

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