Poetry I – I , Me , Myself

I, Me, Myself

Waiting for the storm

You say you know me very well,

Alright, what if I say you’re wrong.

You neither know my story,

Nor you lived my life .

For you’ve seen my skin,

And not the untamed world I hide.

You heard my voice, right?!, 

But how about my cribbing heart.


I call myself an independent soul.

And all I believe is that

Your perception about me is

None of my business.


For you’re here with me now, 

Watching and judging all my way. 

But you’ve not been here for long enough,

To watch a new life start,

Or see the run-down fire,

Deep inside my heart and soul.



At the end I’m left with:-,

I, me, myself . 

For I know myself better, 

And I’m never too quick,

To judge myself…………………….


-Aanchal Parmar



  1. akankshamehta1 says:

    Fabulous yaar..

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    1. Thank you 😊❤️

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  2. Love Alone says:

    Reblogged this on Love & Love Alone.

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  3. Jeff Flesch says:

    I love this. What a beautiful reflection on the self and the resilience and awareness that comes through is marvelous. Well done, Aanchal. ❤

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    1. Thanks a lot, dear friend. 🙏❤️

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      1. Jeff Flesch says:

        You’re most welcome. Is my pleasure. ❤🙏

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  4. paracelsus says:

    Marvelous poem 👌☘️

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    1. Thank you for your words

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      1. paracelsus says:

        You’re very welcome Aanchal 🌷
        Wish you a wonderful day

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      2. Wish you the same,😊❤️

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      3. paracelsus says:

        Thanks a lot 😉

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  5. Navin says:

    What an amazing poem…beautifully expressed, Aanchal ✨❤️💫


  6. Lokesh Sastya says:

    Usually, I comment good, beautiful or I enjoyed the posts. In this case, I would say —
    I can hear your voice, and I’m trying to understand the meaning.


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