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Oh Childhood!

That unabashed exuberance!

The eloquent zest that blossomed out of my soul:-

Bathed in the ecstasy unknown,

The frolicking fun-loving gambol!

Yes it was me, oh yes! Oh yes!

Years and years ago

The pure and divine childhood,

The innocence in eternity stowed …

Even a bit of it left no more!

 

Dozing off to the favorite lullaby-

Oh it’s a vague memory echoing inside!

The crayons and the coloring books are

Somewhere in the attic, dust-eaten bonafide

Authenticating my years of enfance!

Chasing butterflies in the garden

Running around without an iota of tension

That knocks around every now and then

As I look back to the days of innocence!

 

Memories of my childhood

You’re the ode to my deliverance!

As age eats away my youth,

The reminiscences indulge in sweet offence:-

Happiness and sadness come conjoined,

I reflect, I smile and I cry in solitude!

No more neighborhoods to intrude:-

No more childlike divinity to exude:-

As I stand neck-deep into adulthood!

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The Rainbow!

Rainbow

The hours of wait was worth:-

As nature breathed out colors of change …

The western clouds were en route

To get dissolved in the

Azure firmament,

Slowly, gently

With a poignant calm,

Drawing with suave

The ending line to the storm filled moments!

As the majestic sun shone

With all its magnanimity:-

Only to herald

The color-dripping arch,

Embellished in its divine presence,

Curving its way to magnificence!

Like a stairway to heaven

It stood with its mystique

As if it was the bridge

To the ethereal creator

Resting up above;

As the serene spectrum

Like an angel flapping her supernal wings

Shimmered in the zephyr

Bathed in its ephemeral glory

Anointed with an audacious beauty!

And then

One last glimmer!

One last flaunt!

One last splurge of celestial ecstasy:-

Before it resigned itself to nature’s soul

Lost in eternity!

Incorporeal!

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The Gardener

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She nursed it with her own hands

The garden attired with roses red

Dripping with the freshness she sowed

The freshness that defined her soul!

The lavenders and the rosemary-s

The chamomiles bathed in their divine yellow

And white, and the coneflower her favorite

With all the purple garnered in it …

She nurtured, she cared, o sweet mother

Taking care of her children

She shared a bond with them one of a kind …

She couldn’t just leave them behind:-

So there she lies with them all

Guarded by her delphinium

With the lilies watching over her,

She rests beneath the silent veneer

Of the garden of love she wove,

The heaven on earth she instilled!

Hallowed mother rests in peace,

As the drops of rain fondles

Her beloved flowers, blossoming with elan!

Her Hesperides garden, so beautiful!

She silently watches over them …

She silently watches with them …

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