Nikhil Parekh

Gold Star - 5,999 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

Nikhil Parekh Poems

1. No Stoppages 2/28/2016
2. Tears Might Have Dried From My Eyes 2/28/2016
3. Forever God 2/28/2016
4. The Rhythm Of The Creator Divine 2/28/2016
5. The Flame Of Truth 2/28/2016
6. Happening Everywhere 2/28/2016
7. Infinitesimally Molecular Life 2/28/2016
8. Ratio And Proportion 2/28/2016
9. Were You Sleeping? 2/28/2016
10. I Inconsolably Died 2/28/2016
11. Programmed 2/28/2016
12. The Creator Was Everywhere 2/28/2016
13. It Was God Who Came Into My Life 2/28/2016
14. To Pray To God Was Of Paramount Importance 2/28/2016
15. The Mosque Of My Creator 2/28/2016
16. God Sitting On Your Shoulder 2/28/2016
17. How Would Life Ever Realize? 2/28/2016
18. God Knows It For Sure 2/28/2016
19. The Very First Time In My Life 2/28/2016
20. But Remember O! Mate 2/28/2016
21. End & Start 2/28/2016
22. Reach Out To Humanity, God Will Reach Out To You 2/28/2016
23. The Certificate Of Life 2/28/2016
24. God Loves All Those Heart's 2/28/2016
25. Countless Times Better Than Thee 2/28/2016
26. Live Life Higher Than The Clouds 2/28/2016
27. Love Is The Most Sacred Form Of God 2/28/2016
28. Even Before I Could Take Birth 2/28/2016
29. Make Me One Of Your Disciple 2/28/2016
30. When I Touched Your Omnipresent Feet 2/28/2016
31. Even If I Had To Die Every Moment 2/28/2016
32. How Could You Ever Call 2/28/2016
33. Bury Me Alive 2/28/2016
34. Please Don't Show Me Death 2/28/2016
35. One Of My Fellow Kind 2/28/2016
36. My Talk Had No End 2/28/2016
37. Even As The Night Falls 2/28/2016
38. To Win The Love Of Your Life 2/28/2016
39. You Resembled The Creator Divine 2/28/2016
40. Unassailably Right 2/28/2016
Best Poem of Nikhil Parekh

To Forget Her Was Impossible

The Sun may have forgotten to shine at times; leaving the Earth submerged in partial darkness,

The eyes may have forgotten to close; staring unrelentingly in the blazing fires,

The trees may have forgotten to shed their leaves; enticed to sway in the moist breeze,

The birds may have forgotten to chirp; thoroughly engrossed in building their nests,

The clouds may have forgotten to rain; drifting away submissively with the wind,

The lion may have forgotten to roar; lost in the aisles of desire and sleep,

The chameleon may have forgotten to change ...

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I Spoke Allah

I spoke a blatantly incorrigible NO; when the unconventional society manipulatively cajoled me to leave my poetry and do an obnoxiously mundane office
job instead,

I spoke a congenial PLEASE; when I wanted to be wholesomely with my beloved; wanted to uninhibitedly admire her and infact she wanted to mélange with the
glittering and star studded party,

I spoke a pathetically morose SORRY; when I had committed a blunder at home; broken my neighbors glass pane; with the obdurate cricket

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