details in the fabric

hello friends,
it’s the second day of #NovemberNotes challenge and i am here with my second prompt
i.e. a poem prompt inspired by the song title “Details in the Fabric by Jason Mraz”.
happy to join the challenge (Rosema & Sarah) – thank you !

i wrote this poem to remind me of the song “Details in the Fabric by Jason Mraz“.
thank you for your time and i hope you enjoy my poem.
love you all. enjoy and celebrate.
keep the fun alive.

 ♥ details in the fabric ♥

why does it happens so
you know what and how i go
nobody will ever know
we became close with a hello.

love bloomed us so slow
and the fire within us glow
but soon shattered me
and my love was just a show.

and soon i realized…

you became my past
a part that never last
i am not freaking out
you, i can live without.

i breathe love in my verve
i will carry me in my nerve
i only need my name to preserve
and scream light to who it deserve.

you were just one detail, i am not frail
my whole fabric of life should never fail
everything is fine in the contrast
my river of happiness sediments to blast.

and so i became strong to outlast……

thank you so much for stopping by. it means a lot to me. i will see you soon.

with love – prabhatks 


17 thoughts on “details in the fabric

  1. mandibelle16 says:

    Awesome job on this promopt. I like the lines: “I’m not frail / The whole fabric of my life should never fail . . . and so I become strong to outlast.” I like that hope and strength in the end despite her “shattering” him.

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  2. I just nominated you for the ‘three quotes, three days’ challenge. The rules of the challenge are:
    1. Three quotes for three days.
    2. Three nominees each day (no repetition).
    3. Thank the person who nominated you.
    4. Inform the nominees.

    Oh, and it doesn’t have to be three consecutive days.

    Liked by 1 person

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