(Before reading my post for today I would like you to do something. Take a glass of water and put drops of ink one by one. See how each drop makes a pattern.)


Each and every person in this world,
Is a drop of big ocean,
Ocean which is vast,
Which welcomes new drops from rain,
And lets go the old ones by evaporation.
It doesn’t matter how large drops enter,
Neither it matters how many drops are welcomes.
What matters is how that drop falls,
What pattern does that drop make while entering,
Just like the designs made by drops of ink in water.
Every person who lives, lived or will live in this planet,
Will have his or her own design,
Design which no one can copy,
Art which comes from heart.
It is not necessary that we may win the race,
Because winning is not important,
Important is to leave an impact,
Impact which leave this world stunned,
Which makes them think about things they never thought about,
Which realises them the importance of creating your own pattern.
Drops are not afraid of the way they enter,
Some twirl around,
Some go straight deep,
Some choose to take rounds.
Choose your unique and different entrance,
But don’t fear because in the end,
We all are one big ocean.


12 Comments Add yours

  1. InkingPen says:

    Let go old ones by evaporation: this is where i sold my heart go you poem!

    Splendid job! Well versed! Well written! Perfect blend of the physical ” water-ink” relation to life

    1. Saloni says:

      Thanks a lot for your appreciation. It means a lot to me. 🙂

    1. Saloni says:

      Thank you 🙂

  2. just one word for your creativity and creativity

    1. Saloni says:

      Thank you so much 😀

  3. Dream it Alive says:

    Beautiful, and I love the suggestion on how to interact while reading with the ink+water.

    1. Saloni says:

      Thanks a lot. I am glad you liked it 🙂

  4. Seb Dani says:

    Another brilliant post!
    All what I can say is keep the fantastic work up!

    1. Saloni says:

      Thank you so much.. 😀

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