Déjà vu

Have I been here before,
Or is that a déjà vu I feel,
Why do this feeling become so real,
That I have stood in this shore.                        IMG-20180222-WA0009.jpg

The time wheel stopped some while ago,
When I did come across my fate,
Face to face death dared me to a date,
The world crashed around me along with my ego.


Will it sound like a cliché,
When I say this, we are like a fading flower,
Inspite of a beautiful bloom we wither,
To be remembered as no more than a dear one’s wish.


A lifetime passes away without a realisation,
Of the temporary abode we live in,
Failing to see the moment we begun,
Regretful, forgetful, doubtful all this in boastful equation.


The toothless grin of a child reminds us of the beginning,
Where the purity of innocence reflects through the child’s smile,
The world again shrinks once more in a lifetime, while;
This time the toothless grin is of the time ahead of a life’s ending.


Does this sounds like a déjà vu this time,
When the scene all over repeats,
Something says this time, no regrets,
When once more the clock of time chime.


Lo! Behold stands my heavenly Paradise,
Requirement is simple yet complex,
Spiritual restoration with a gentle coax,
Spirit of gentleness kindly lead me to my heaven so nice.      IMG-20180222-WA0021

Author: anamikaisblogging

Uhmm! What do I say abt myself. Love to read, write, watch tons of movies and loves music. Educated enough to enlighten a few things to a few some who shows the interest to listen. This is me in a nutshell. Will let out little by little, like the cat out of the bag. Ok I think it's time to let out one more passion of mine, which I as much love as writing, and that is cooking. Trying out different new recipies with a slight variation added of mine makes my culinary skills a little adventurous cuisine.

62 thoughts on “Déjà vu”

      1. Kinda 😋. I am more gud with French than Spanish. I thought it will be gud to catch up with u in the language u proposed. I didnot take help from Google translate but i sure did take help from Google’s extended acquaintance.

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      2. Monsieur is surely a French word, its used to address a gentleman a kind of saying “sir’. Mademoiselle means “madam “. So u can address me as Mademoiselle and not Monsieur. I hope i have cleared ur doubt in French, have I Shreya 😁

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  1. That’s another awesome writing..
    You know I can feel it..
    Sometimes it feels like this scene has already happened before in exact same order..
    Its like we lived that period of time once again…

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      1. haha ya same pinch.. school days me ye same pinch wala bahut chaltha tha… same color shirt agar bahar dhik gaye toh compettion ye reh jatha hai ki kon pehle kiska haath laal karega

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      2. Haha…no yar…i think it’s a scific imagination only: agar woh possible tha tho ab sab ke sab apne bachpan me na hotha? Including our parents….. haha tho phir hum kahan honge…kabhi socha hein…

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      3. U r thinking way too far 😂😂 hum hothe hi nahi na…
        yes scientific imagination and we have to admit the fact the past can’t be changed and that’s good not to disturb the course of nature. It would be chaos if there is time machine in real life..

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      4. Haha…yes it sure would be a chaos….but once more just to be 18 back again would be fun…so many things i want to change from then onwards…..but neenge sonnapole our mistakes make us what we are tdy…may be that was needed to make us much more mature….as we are today

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      5. Yes exactly and more over past ah mathura power Nama kita irunda vazhakai la swarasiyame irukadhu.. life would be boring
        It’s like when we already know what is going to happen there’s no fun in living

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      6. Yes you’re right… Past la edhu nadanthalum future la athu memory ya sandosham than kudukum even if we did something wrong it seems funny when we think abt it…. onume panalanu future la feel panravanaga than adhigam

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