Saturday, December 13, 2008

A Glow from Spark


Deep inside the dark
Deep in the dark soul
There is a spark

A spark of divine thought.

It glows a bit
A bit only as to say
But this spark can spread
A glow within a few ticks.

As we make a large big fire
Just out from a little spark
Just a word can do
A lot than a whole.

Always we see a little glow
After then do we watch a large fire
Thus a bit can do more than that
What we need is to have one.

40 comments:

CяŷştąŁ said...

Yes..we need a spark..to keep the world stirring with faith..

Just hold on to the chord of it..Kudos

Marja said...

Very beautiful Yes sparks are enough to light fires.

Beauty and the BEast said...

A very positive thought! Hang on to it! :)

Mithe said...

beautiful! keep it up... :& seasons greetings to u too...

Fiducia said...

So silent and yet so deep.. nice one. Keep writing, guess you are really good at it!

--xh-- said...

good.. keep writing...

RiverSoul said...

Very calm and thoughtful.
:)
Nice work.
Everyone needs a bit of positive thinking
:)

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Susan :)

Amazing thoughts! So deep and full of insight! The presentation is exceptional. You are truly gifted.

Yes. We alll need sparks to keep us motivated, to perform great things, to acieve fame and name.

Without spark we are nothing but walking zombies - living dead!

Many thanks for sharing.

Best wishes :)

paramveer said...

'Just a word can do
A lot than a whole.'

hey hav started posting my poems on my blog now after inspiring frm u.

Robyn said...

great poem

Keshi said...

wow really beautiful!

I keep the flame going...thats the best I can do :)

Keshi.

Devika said...

Keep the flame of divinity within glowing :)

It will take care of even the worst of fires..

Good one, Susan :)

wishes,
devika

shri ramesh sadasivam said...

Profound thought Susan. That spark in every one of us, all on a sudden becomes as big as a forest fire in one or two and starts spreading transforming people through out the world.

Eg., Jesus Christ, Mahathma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, The Buddha etc.,

Well said and well presented.

Prashant Sree said...

Beautifully said.,. It all begins with one step.,. Like "Little drops of water make an ocean"...

Let the Spark Sparkle !!

Nivedita said...

nice idea..it is spark that starts it all off :)

Titania said...

Lovely poetry, Susan. To you too a very happy festive season.

venus66 said...

Beautiful thought. Wishing you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. God Bless.

Leo said...

beautiful lines...
and merry christmas to u too...

PULKIT said...

thats a beautiful work!
i dint knew that u have such a thought provoking poet in u, everytime i reach ur profile page, i discover a new talent of urs!
friends???

LarryG said...

what a wonderfully sweet post, it is great to relax and dwell in that place of the spark!

muZer.. :-) said...

ohh yeaa.. a spark is all it needs.. :-)

wonderful lines,, Happy Holidays.. :-)

whoami said...

Great poem, well coined!!! Thanks for visiting my blog.

ami.... said...
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ami.... said...

Isn't it magical. how little things make wonders. Jus like the spark in your poem...!! Its just that we need to cherish them...and appreciate its beauty..
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Merry Christmas and Happy new year to you in advance..:)

everything burns... said...

hey... lovely blogs...esp th veggie art one.. and this one was somen very much to my liking...so blogrolled this blog of urs... :)

n its spl if we notice the spark before the fire... everyone sees the fire... very few have eyes to notice the spark...

saveyoursoul said...

This is beautiful, thought provoking, and so incredibly true.

Sylvia K said...

Very, very lovely! Glad I found your blog, look forward to visitng again. And thank you for visiting mine!

Caroline said...

Beautiful!

FCB said...

Hi Susan,
From all the responses it shows we have all been touched by some seemingly small remark or action by another that led to something very meaningful. It reminds me of reading that when Mother Teresa was encouraging her nuns to go out and do something difficult; she said, "go out and smile at five people you would rather not smile at." It made me think how simple yet powerful is the smile.
God bless,
Fred

sandra said...

Hello my friend.
I went to leave you a kiss good for the weekend and wish you a wonderful and Merry Christmas, with great health, peace and joy.
Cheers.

Vinnie Sorce said...

I love this...

little prince's mummy said...

nice poem!~

Priya said...

Nicely done. Thank you for visiting my page.

jb said...

Great poem it's beautiful. Thank-you for visiting my blog and reading some of my stuff much appreciated.

Now, I would like to extend Christmas wishes to you and all the people you love.

Please drop by anytime. I also dabble in poems when they come to me.

Peace
JB

Think Tank said...

Reminds me of a school hymn : Itonly takes a spark, to get the fire going / And soon all those around can warm up in its glowing / Thats how it is with God's love/ Once you've xperienced it/ You spread his love, to everyone/ you want to pass it on.

n plz remove the word verification

Lena said...

very thoughtful and positive :)
we need such words in todays world :)

Dewdrop said...

I can't find your sky watch... do you post one? Beautiful work, regardless!

Anurag said...

ohh that's really nicely Rhyme ...I did see your other blogs too....Nicely Done ...Kudos....

Linda S. Socha said...

Lovely and a truth I believe. Thank you for sharing this one
Linda

SWAGATIKA SARANGI said...

i can see da positive aura around u through dis piece..newayz go on..