‘No care for the Sky’ by Goff James and Kritika

FREE SPIRIT FLIGHT Birds in Flight Watercolor Giclee Fine Art Print by Diana Turner

No care for the sky
The bird was meant to fly high
A flutter of breeze

Boughs whispering wake
Silence stains the break of day
Freedom attracts hope

by
Goff James and Kritika Maheshwari

A collaborative effort of Goff James and Kritika (me) wherein Goff has helped me to understand what a Haiku is. Being a free verse writer, it was a little difficult to fit in words according to rules but his cooperation has given a celebrating break to my style of writing, making this collaboration exciting and successful. Thank you kindly for being patient with me.

You can find the same on Goff’s page link: https://goffjamesart.wordpress.com/2020/04/27/spotlight-poetry-no-care-for-the-sky-a-collaborative-poem-by-kritika-maheshwari-and-goff-james/ and do go through more of his works: https://goffjamesart.wordpress.com


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Kritika

Impressive about me is my eagerness to try everything. Self Motivation is a fixed gear of my creativity vehicle provoking me to dance to the tune of optimism. Yoga and books are the two transducers of this victim which have helped to be straightforward and open minded. Improvement is the second gear which is under construction and will always be undergoing changes simultaneously achieving different goals. There are other supporting gears with less of speed more of energy. This is KRITIKA πŸ™‚

50 Comments

  1. A very successful collaboration! I enjoyed the result. I, too, have discovered syllabic poetry only recently, and I’m finding it a good way to express some emotions and experiences that aren’t a good fit with free verse.

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  2. In elementary school, we learned about the Renaissance. I remember vividly deciding that I wanted to become a “Renaissance woman” and know everything there was to know. That is, of course, not possible, especially in today’s complex world, but the attempt is a joyful journey.

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