Just Keep Breathing

May 31, 2020

Just Keep Breathing

Breathe.
Just keep breathing
And some more
Hold it
Feel alive.
A magic called life
Is just unfolding

So long
How many breaths?
No count?
Wriggling through
The dead cells
Is Hope
Banking on the whiff
So, breathe along.

Breathe.
There is nothing more precious
A mere puff of air
Can thrust your life ahead
With aplomb.
Mighty you will stand
When the show has ended.
And with that last breath
Everything is gone

 

 

 

 

By Dr Annie Castelino
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Comment on this article

  • Irene peter lobo, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 02 2021

    Beautiful Annie👌❤

  • Supriya, Modabidire

    Wed, Jun 02 2021

    This is a very good poem 🤟🤟👉🤘👉👉👉🤟 teacher super😘😘😘😘

  • John Monteiro, Bondel, Mangaluru

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    All the nice things and adjectives that I could have used have been exhausted by your admirers featured in comments already published. I endorse their incisive comments and wish to read more from you.

  • Sandhyabai .s.v., Sarangi / kr pet

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Meaning ful poem about important of breath ....very nice lines continued your literature mam god bless you ...and you are one of my favourite teacher and we are lucky &greatful to having you as teacher ,guider etc .good luck mam

  • Manjula, Moodbidri

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Corona tought us the importance of oxygen it means the importance of breathing.Your song implies the present situation. Now we are struggling for breathing. Nice presentation mam. Meaning ful . Keep writing .God bless u mam.

  • Vedavathi, K.R.PER

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Very nice and meaning full poem mam.great

  • Mahadeva moodukonaje, Moodukonaje

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Very nice poem ಅತ್ಯುತ್ತಮ

  • SURESH D B, Aikala, Kinnigoli

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Beautiful poem madam, especially it tells many meanings during this pandemic times. Costliest thing in the world is not gold not diamond not even platinum. It's pure air we breathe. You have shown in your poem. God bless you madam SURESH DB

  • Sandeep rao, indore, Krishnarajapet

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Nice lines, it's match with current scenario

  • Gururaja M O, Mangalore.

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Nice poem Mam,..

  • Chandra.s, Krishnarajapet

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Very good poem.

  • Manoj Sm, Jammu

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Nyc, Breathing is the greatest pleasure in life.

  • Margarita Pinto, Naravi

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Lovely poem , very nice

  • Janaki HT, K.R.Pet

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    This is a great reminder to not take anything for granted Annie madam it's a great poem.

  • Veena Pais, Derebail

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Lovely poem.... Relevant to the present scenario.

  • Sarvajith, KRISHNARAJPETE

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Quintessential

  • Walter, Belgaum

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    ಕೀರ್ತನ್ 33:4 reminds the words of Jesus

  • chandrashekhar H B, Bangalore

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Good poem

  • Vidya Sandeep Nayak, Kumta

    Tue, Jun 01 2021

    Dear Annie ..... Very nice poem. I liked your presentation.keep writing.god bless you dear.

  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Mon, May 31 2021

    Yes dear, Dr Annie Castelino, you said it correctly in a way we all should like and appreciate it. I personally liked your pleasant presentation; and it is very much so. Yes, with our last breath everything is gone forever !!! Never mind, for people like us who believe in the Providence and Love of our Lord, it is insignificant; as we all will be there with Him for ever !!!

  • John, Mangalore

    Mon, May 31 2021

    But Bible says in St James Ch 4:14 yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.

  • Lloyd, Udipi/ UK

    Mon, May 31 2021

    Dr, Annie, Oxygen!


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