Love - Verse & Reverse


I love you
More than everything
Nothing else shall ever matter
Its you who was meant to be mine
The one who stole my heart
The one whom I yearn for 
Shall always be you
The best gift of God


The best gift of God
Shall always be you
The one whom I yearn for
The one who stole my heart
Its you who was meant to be mine
Nothing else shall ever matter
More than everything
I love you

This is a palindrome poem. Read it from the top or the bottom it is still the same.

Written for Poetry Jam.

~ Soumya

35 comments:

  1. Wow! Lovely!
    p.s am eagerly waiting for the next post in your 'The honest post' series! :)

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    1. Thank you Chandana! :)

      The next phase coming soon.

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  2. So sweet... and well written. Thanks so much for participating at Poetry Jam.

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  3. Just Wow!!
    Agree with chandana. Bring out the next phase soon!! :)

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  4. This is excellent i love how you have captured the tenderness in both poems.

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  5. smiles....at the thought of your love being the greatest gift from god...that is very cool...

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  6. One can't say it too many times!

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    1. Definitely. There can never be too much love.

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  7. I love this! :) Never heard of a palindrome poem, but this seems awesome!

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  8. Now that is some serious talent right there!!!!!!!!!!!!
    And live the first comment says, next honest post pls?!

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    1. Thank you Red darling. Next phase, coming soon :)

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  9. Wow, you really worked the prompt beautifully. Amazing, isn't it, how when one reads words in reverse they sometimes appear STRONGER.

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  10. Lovely.. So well written.. :) :)

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  11. You have got some serious talent with poems. And when you said 'Read it from the top or the bottom it is still the same', its the meaning right.? I started reading line by line and then word by word looking for the palindrome. :-)

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    1. Meaning too yes. But the palindrome is like this. The first line is same as the last line. The second line is same as the last second line and so on. Artha aitha eega?

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  12. I never knew poetry has evolved into so many myriad forms. Darn!

    Nice read there.

    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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    1. I didn't either until a while ago. Thank you :)

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  13. Very nice! Lovely both ways, and I like how you shifted the pictures too--clever:-)

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  14. Love truly is God's gift. Great job on the palindrome. Clever how you shifted the images :)

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