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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 2:56

Maybe

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The latter, maybe instantly I see the hope and I reach out to hold its rope to pull myself out of this dark void which apparently I can avoid. Will I live? Certainly. Thank you very much, everybody, for choosing to listen my recital. And I cannot wait to listen to your opinions on this poem. I would want to explain it and put things into perspective, but honestly, I'd rather keep it open to interpretation

#poem #maybe

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Ranjana Kamo
@Gamechanger · 0:13
You. That's beautiful. That's very beautiful image. Nice poetry. Please keep sharing more and more. Thank you so much. Have a lovely day. Bye
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@challasrigouri
Challa Sri Gouri
@challasrigouri · 0:55
Himanshi. Good morning. Your swell is really fantastic and awesome because the kind of lines and the kind of puzzling you have made with your lines, it's really awesome. And the feelings or the opinions that you wanted to share with those beautiful lines is really, really amazing. You have used maybe and that that is something a different kind of usage in your poem
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@TheDevilsHorse
Adarsh Rai
@TheDevilsHorse · 3:55

Super Se Upar 👏👏👌

So thank you so much for treating us for such brilliant adaptation of your thoughts and putting it out there that strike through maybe and writing and experiencing. That certainly is absolutely it gives you not only a sense of freedom, it gives you wings of aspiration of what you can be. So I will leave each and every one of us with that feeling of aspiration of what we can be. And that makes us fear at times because that is beyond our capabilities
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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 0:13
Good evening, Ranjana ma'am. Thank you very much for your kind appreciation. It means a lot. Thank you. Keep listening to the swells and keep replying to them. And keep posting. Thank you
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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 1:02
If it's too simple, then it's not a challenge, right? Just kidding. Sometimes I tend to get lost in my thoughts, so maybe that is puzzling. But I'm so glad that you liked those lines and you resonated with them. It means a lot to me. Thank you for all the appreciation. Thank you for always being around, encouraging, inviting, to wonderful swells. It means a lot. Gauri. Thank you. Thank you very much. Take care
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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 2:51
Because ultimately, no matter what we are going through, you have to have hope and you have to believe that you are going to get out of the pickle that you are in and you will find something that will help you to pull yourself out. So, yeah, that was the story behind this poem. But I'm glad that you liked it. I'm so glad come coming from you
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@Lakshmisharath
Lakshmi Sharath
@Lakshmisharath · 0:32
It's very deep and profound, very well expressed. Made me kind of sit up and listen to it a couple of times again and again. I like the way you also kind of expressed your feelings. I do hope all is well, though. Sometimes poetry is straight from the heart, and as I can see, you've written so beautifully, it's straight from your heart. So it's a lovely read. Thank you
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rajat chakraborty
@trawell_cast · 3:06

#trawellcast #authorspeak #lifejournal

And also, you had come up with other poetries as well. And I think your poetry writing is very good. You should continue doing that. You should continue developing upon this skill, because whatever is coming out right now is 100% pure creativity. And let it come out. Let it foster and manifest in ways that are powerful and that can create your own expression. And that is important. And it's okay sometimes not to have answers to everything
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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 1:05
It's just that sometimes everything gets so complicated that you need to accept it the way it is and put it down the way it is. So, yeah, everything is fine. Thank you. Thank you for your concern and thank you for all the words of encouragement that you always have to offer to me. It means a lot. Ma'am, thank you and have a great day ahead. I'll see you around. Bye
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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 2:23
Good evening, Rajat. I'm sorry that I took some time to reply, but I was waiting for a reply honestly. And I'm so glad that you dare. You took out the time to listen to my swell and to reply so honestly, as you always do. And it was so full of wisdom. Thank you for the words of encouragement
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Gunjan Joshi
@Bibliophile · 2:01

@GreyMatter

So to write such kind of such kind of creation in which there is a contrarity of opinions, it requires a certain kind of craft and intellect which you clearly have. I also like the choice of phrases which you have used. There is a phrase in particular which says that there is a void which I can't fill, can't avoid
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Himanshi Thakur
@GreyMatter · 2:56
And personally, also, no matter how much the situation is worse and what adversity I'm going through, I'm always looking forward to solutions and getting it done with. So this sort of tells that I always have a hope within me that I'll be able to get over with it or I'll be able to deal with it effectively. So there is hope
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@RakeshKumar2023
Rakesh Kumar
@RakeshKumar2023 · 2:02
You hello so beautifully you have explained in the poem the feeling when we feel sometimes that are we really going to die? So it was was really beautiful poem and beautifully explained by you and in a so sweet voice you have explained it and the greater idea I got so you have given the voice the words to the feeling many people feel consciously or subconsciously. Really. It's been a great poem and one of the greatest poems I have ever heard. Amazing
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