Greetings to all poets, wayfarers and friends. We are nearing the month of March when at last Spring shall arrive breathing warm winds over the desolate landscape. The disheveled grass will once again turn lush, erasing the memory of its winter self. It's a sad time for all of us with the chaos going on in the world. It's hard to get one's mind off from what's happening, it's painful to write poetry from a bright perspective. But being human we live in hope and I believe that if it weren't for hope the world would cease to exist.
I came across this wonderful reading of the Four Quartets by T.S Eliot and couldn't resist sharing it with you guys. It's one of mankind's greatest poems till date which discusses one's relationship with time and universe. There is something incredibly haunting about the way he recites this poem especially in the opening lines where time seems to halt and the mind is filled with endless musing.
If you have any thoughts to share, ideas you wish to release into the wild or a world view to express, then you have come to the right place. Please share a poem of your choice and enjoy the company of your fellow scribes. We look forward to reading you and hope you have a wonderful day ahead.