To reach out to those days of innocence

Togetherness, as we shared those laughs

Not sitting in front of the TV screens

But while eating a meal delicious

To reach out to that sense of security

While we played in the community park

Hearty laughs, climbing up the trees

No criminal eyes staring for a kidnap

To reach out to the connection we built

Souls touching each other with affection

Not with the wire of internet modem

But by holding each other’s hands

To reach out to those days of long walks

While walking, when we talked our hearts

Wearing our old canvas shoes

We never missed the comfort of a car

To reach out to those days of health

No one knew of the word ‘depression’

No pills, no capsules, no supplements

Life was cherished, there wasn’t any stress

To reach out to those days so simple yet priceless

Luxury wasn’t anywhere close to us

Still, we lived our lives to the full

Yes, to reach out to those days Wonderful

We need, to travel back in time

Don’t we all sometimes

Crave for a Time Machine

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Image By Alpe John from The Juandering Artist

#Poetry #TimeTravel

11 thoughts on “Time Travel

  1. You’re poem is a beautiful lesson to learn indeed..
    We have invented luxury but happiness has not increased by comfort available in life today.

    Those were different days to cherish these are different but definitely not better.

    Past has its own uniqueness , which can never be seen in future.

    Both are different but future certainly not better. Yet sure it has its own beauty.

    But definitely not better …..

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      1. Then they will become exactly you.
        Nice choice indeed . You have every right to do so. I wish , your wish should be fulfilled.

        😊😊😊

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