[Issue 2 / August 2012]

I follow him
stepping on his footprints.
He is
out there
beyond the mist.
I call out.
Not sure
whether its an echo
that comes back to me
or is it that he called my name.


Nalini Priyadarshni is a freelance writer, editor, poet, passionate reader and observer of life in all its forms who draws her lessons from her myriad experiences. She lives in India with her husband and two feisty kids and likes to travel and work out. Her poems have appeared on The Destiny Poets, Open City 360 besides anthologies like Puppet on a String, Angels vs Demons, Words on the Winds of Change and The Survivor’s Guide to Bedlam. Her book and movie reviews and other articles appear on EzineArticles. For more on Nalini, logon to www.twilightmusing.blogspot.com.


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