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I Want to Live All Over Again

December 1, 2020 | By

“The rays of hope rising from the void of the dark” – Anagha Rajesh pens an ode to Nature and its limitless power to evoke in us hope, faith and joy in being alive.

i want to live again poem

the gurgling brook

The feathery avians scooping out chunks of fluffy clouds
The gentle dance of the wind on autumn leaves
The blue sky pulling over a blanket so grey
Make me want to live all over again.

The dragonfly kissing my windowsill in the twilight hours
The hue of sunset on the canvas of Gods
The fragrance oozing out of my garden after the maiden monsoon shower
Make me want to live all over again.

The innocent chuckle of a two-year-old
The tenderness of fresh dew on petals galore
The warmth of a dear friend’s words from a thousand miles away
Make me want to live all over again.

The freshness of cold milk on a scorching summer day
The gurgling brook
The deep blue sea
A stranger’s kind smile
A gentle pat on the back
Make me want to live all over again

The red of the roses
The white of the sheep
Once in a while a friendly talk on the street
The spiral of wonder filling up my soul
Make me want to live all over again.

The rays of hope rising from the void of the dark
The fluttering rainbows in my garden of glee
The stillness of the silver croissant piercing through the night
Make me want to live all over again.

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Anagha is a high schooler hailing from UAE. She loves reading and penning her thoughts in words. She is a passionate speaker who seeks to help solve challenges of the world. She believes that small ripples create big impacts. She is an activist for mental health awareness and greater representation of women in STEM. She is currently a part of the 1000 Girls 1000 Futures Mentorship Program of the New York Academy and a member of the Girls in Science Forum of the United Nations.
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