Woven from the Same Fabric

Updated: Sep 13

Writing about humanity, poet Santhosh Annabattula mentions how we all belong to the same family while being separated by boundaries set within our minds.


Through Woven from the Same Fabric, the poet talks about how the human spirit binds us together while stating it’s our bonding that could ever complete us.

 
Cover Photo by Pankaj Tottada

Look over your shoulder

For there is a friend waiting

To hold your hand in communion,

In the winding journeys of life

To turn every place you go,

A special space called home.

What brings us together?

We are what we are

Fallen leaves drifting with the wind,

Still clinging to the parent tree

Raindrops from the same cloud,

Flowing in unknown waters

Birds of the same nest,

Lost in the wilderness

Searching for an identity

Until we find someone

Who completes us!

We are but reflections

Mirroring each other

Parts of the same whole

Entwined like flowering creepers

Growing with each other

We are what we are

Distant stars in the sky

Spreading the same light.


What brings us closer?

Some bonds are made not in blood

Strangers yesterday, friends today

Separated by distances, united in spirit

To come alive in each other’s company

We drift apart only to come together

Because we are meant to be.​

 

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This contribution is photographed by Pankaj Tottada.

 

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This poem is available in paperback & ebook.




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