Cocoons

Cocoons of lame minds

brooding invariably,in

this fragmentary world

of you and me,I saw them

alive amid the bubbles

of pulsating sanctuaries.

Deep sighs averted them

from suffocating within

the wrap of covetous emotions.

Blazing eyes  endured  swaddled

to peddle into portions of Kismet.

About Piusha

Futile writer,enjoys reading anything under sun.Still on a quest to find a new facet within me.
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11 Responses to Cocoons

  1. This has reference to the above verse from the golden pen of honorable poetess Piusha Singh,
    Above poem of honorable Poetesss Piusha Singh’s Poem carry an excellent title, very meaningful and symbolic in literature, especially in poetry. Cocoon is a protective case of silk or similar fibrous material spun by the larvae of moths and certain other insects as a cover for the pupa. The interesting story is that during the process it has oftentimes been said that the most beautiful butterflies have actually emerged from the ugliest Cocoons. For this reason, many people consider the process of the Cocoon to be a miracle of nature itself. This is very symbolic, but this could have been made bit more poetic by tailoring other natural images and vision, still this is excellent, short and cute.

    The life cycle of butterflies and moths has been used in many cultures to represent many things. The hatching from the egg is the equivalent of human birth. The caterpillar represents the stage of life; the lowly “worm” waiting for a transformation, just as we await our reward in an afterlife. Basically, they are nothing more than a protective casing that is around an insect. This is made of either silk or some other similar fibrous material that is then spun around the insect during their pupal stage, which is the life stage of an insect that is undergoing transformation.

    Though, we get only one or two poems from Poetess Piusha, it is worth reading and enjoying, She is intelligent, thoughtful and elegant, please accept my applause, keep writing more and more, May God Bless,
    Regards & Love
    WILLIAMSJI MAVELI

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    • Piusha Singh says:

      Thank you dear honorable friend William ji,it’s always an honor for me to receive wonderful comments on my simple thoughts.Yes what you elaborated is the literal meaning of cocoon and it’s true.While, my simple thought was, all of us live in a cocoon of life to add on i feel this body as a cocoon too,most of the time,i see people when they pass by, as people trapped in their cocoon’s gazing at me,and me in my own wrap vice versa.I feel a pull towards another person,female or male when we pass by,looking at each other,it has always amazed me that the transformation as butterfly occur only at death and most of us eagerly await for that moment,will it be a transformation to proceed into another cycle or will it be something beyond our contemplation??.
      Regards and Love.

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  2. Dear Poetess Piusha Singh,

    Many thanks for your prompt reply on my comments, This above poem has also come into the group of simple and short verse from your blessed pen, very apt and appropriate on the free thoughts on life and after life, I strongly feel that we are all very innocent humans in our life, whether we commit suicide or become a victim of an accident, death come in and another birth takes place, There is noting called as a deadly sin, or a mistake in life, it is all natural and human which is controlled by an unseen power unable to recognize to our brains.

    Based on your free thoughts on life and after life, your poem is suitable for my further analysis and translations, my process of translating your poems is on the verge of completion now, I too wish to have further discussions on them through my blog, if time allows you to so, even if not, I am proceeding with the translations of your selected poems, initially on the net, later in the print media.

    Regarding the subject poem and for further discussions, I wish to state that at this time and another time, we hear the old question, “What is the meaning of life?” or “What is the purpose of life?” or “Why are we born?”. In most cases, we have our own schedule on what our purpose in life is. However from a spiritual perspective, there are two generic reasons why we are born. These reasons include to complete the give-and-take account we have with various people and to make spiritual progress with the final aim of merging into God. Once we merge with God we come out of the cycle of birth and death. But what happens after death if we remain in this cycle? Is there an afterlife? The innumerable recorded and researched cases of past life experiences clearly point to life after death. In all the recorded cases of reincarnations, it was found that there was a variable time lag between the death of the person and his next reincarnation on Earth. So, where do we go after death till our reincarnation on Earth? Is it a single plane of existence or are there a variety of planes of existence? If so, what are the factors that decide where we go after death?

    Once a subtle-body enters the province of the Dead, it begins to lose its identity with its previous secular life. By the time it crosses the province of the Dead and reaches one of the main subtle-regions such as the Nether region, the subtle-body takes an amorphous form.
    If people have a strong attachment to their Earthly life and relatives, they are not able to move on beyond the Region of the Dead. Here, they continue to take a form resembling their previous form. The form is created by the ‘energy of desire’. Subtle-bodies can get stuck in the Region of the Dead for many years and hover around their ancestral home. As a result, those with sixth sense are able to feel or see their presence.

    I wish to thank you for your support on my translation projects and I do hope that you will continue to write poems in your leisure hours,

    Regards & Love
    WILLIAMSJI MAVELI

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  4. Dear Poetess Piusha Singh,

    Silence is good and enjoyable, as there is no way of communication as on date, I am using your message column of your blog to wish you all, a very happy and prosperous Thiruvonam, regards and festival greetings from Williamsji Maveli

    Wish to read your new verses
    Regards
    Williamsji Maveli

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  6. Hi Piusha Singh,
    By reading your love lyrics,
    I clapped with my own one hand,
    By reciting your life lines,
    I wrapped my own soul with the other hand,
    By singing your night songs,
    I slept within your own deep slumber.

    – Williamsji Maveli

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  7. Maveli’s Onam @ Bengaluru
    Maveli’s Onam commences with Atham (the first day of the month Chingam) and lasts for a fortnight culminating on authoritative. The most important celebrations are normally on four days-Uthradam, Thiruvonam,Avittam and Chathayam with Thiruvonam being the ONASADHYA-an elaborate vegetarian spread-considered a highlight. The feast apart, the celebrations include laying beautiful flower arrangements (Onapookkalam),performing traditional Thiruvathirakali(a dance done by women in group), Kummattikali(mask dance),Pullikali(dancers painted like tigers)and much more.
    I enjoyed this years Onam by reciting my own Onakavitha in an evening poetry ground gathering at the residence of one of my poetess residence, sharing my joy and happiness at this occasion, Regards & Love,
    Williamsji Maveli
    http://www.ipoetree.in

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  8. Read ” culminating on Uthrattathi ” instead of authoritative, regret typing error

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  9. Reblogged this on williamsji and commented:
    Good write, my applause,wish to translate this poem to my mother tongue, Malayalam, seeking your permission to reblog Regards Williamsji Maveli

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