Vision Glasses

The dam of my hopes
got shattered with despair
self-confidence slipped like sand
and my ocean of silence
started finding its Challenger Deep,
when my mind looked for answers
that my heart kept posing
feeling emptiness in the fullness
of uncertainties…

I sought solitude
in a room of darkness
that had no answers,
when a piece of ray
started dangling
from a corner in front of me…

I came out into the open
and saw how sun was walking
with confident steps
and how flowers and leaves
were smiling at him and each other,
some kids were giggling
over anything and everything,
I spent some time
listening to their chirping
without judging them
by wearing their vision glasses…

I was in a different world now
with no fear of failure
no desperation or stess,
now I know
how beautiful this world is…

Now I come out of my home
without any reason
on and often
to meet and hug
the pretty creations of the nature
that keep smiling
without any expectation…

I’m also a creation
of the same benevolent nature,
I knock on its door
to instill love in my hearts
that no longer has any question
to bother my mind,
and my ocean of silence
looks up at the sparkling sun
with a witty smile…

–Kaushal Kishore



  1. Absolutely fantastic. I loved the smooth transition from a tinge of sadness to positivity and enthusiasm. Wonderful lines, Kaushal ji. ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

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  2. Wonderful poem KK. My favorite line is” I spent time listening to their chirping without judging them by wearing their vision glasses.” A beautiful reminder to see people as a glorious creation without judgement.

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    1. I’m grateful to you, Mary for underlining those favourite lines. It makes a lot of difference if we see from the innocent eyes of children. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful reflections!


    1. Very well said, Suzette! I’m overwhelmed with your thoughtful words. Mother nature always nurtures us whether we reciprocate or not. Thank you so much!

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  3. What a wonderful idea, Kaushal, to be able to change our perception of life just by putting on childhood vision glasses and looking at the world with the innocent eyes of a child. Thank you!


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    1. That’s exactly what I wanted to put across with the help of this poem, as you have very rightly stated. Thank you so much, Joanna, for your kind words and support!

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    1. Thanks so much for your generous words. I read your posts regularly. You too write very well. In fact this is the forum where we learn from one another 😊💐💖


      1. Really brother we are like a family here. Sharing our happiness, sadness, everything. I am grateful that you appreciated my writing. 🙏🙏🙏

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    1. Why gloomy, Dhirendra ji? You’re already on a wonderful trip abroad to visit interesting places and monuments. But thank you for your generous words. I’m overwhelmed. Much appreciated 😊💖

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      1. Actually I was in a gloomy mood this morning when your motivating poem brought about a change that made my day! Thank you so much 😊 By the way we have returned from our trip on 20/9/22 & posting the blogs now 🙏🏾

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    1. You’re absolutely right, Cheryl, our so-called knowledge and experience adulterate our feelings, while children are clean and pure, unadulterated. Thank you for sharing your beautiful reflections 😊💖

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