Ms. Srishti Sharma, Canada (Winging through Gloom: Poetry of Hope and Recovery)

Srishti Sharma
Srishti Sharma is best described as a feminist by conviction, and a writer and a reader. A young post-graduate in Supply Chain Management from Sault College, Toronto, Canada, her poems are regularly published on prestigious platforms, viz., Setu, Destiny Poets and Story Mirror. In addition, she has a penchant for Zumba and Crossfit. 

                                                                                                              BROKEN? HOLD ON

Pandemic, lost your loved ones,
Stressed,
Distraught,
But hold on,
Do not be disheartened.
As you still have to live to achieve some goals. 
Lost job,
Lost those rare friendships,
Lost faith in humanity.

But,
Hold on,
And don’t drive yourself to insanity.
As there is hope after every disillusionment.
Tired and broken, you are.
But, have hope.
Remember those,
Beautiful dreams.
Which you had woven for yourself.
Live to fulfil those.

Smile, love, as you get human-life only once
A precious gift from God. 
Be optimistic, do good, be full of hope
Be determined and carve your own path
Hold on, breathe, re-live!


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