rajagopal haran

Rookie (21.04.1962 / Tiruchirapalli-Tamilnadu-India)

078.Making a Skywalk


Making a Skywalk


Is the world round?
Yes I swear!
All my thoughts
Start from you
And end in you!

You may not see me
I see you all day
In the photo
That counts the beatings
Of my heart from
The shirt packet!

The glitter of your eyes
Make my nights bright
Inside my eyes
In your everlasting prison!

Crossing so many nights
Found my star
Among meteors of
So many kith and kingly kin!

Trying to sleep
Entered the bed cover!
At the time of falling
Into the abyss of that peace
You disallow me
To go any further!

Breeze may fell
The flower from the shrub,
But the smell never ceases;
Thy face never fades
Amidst the storm of my mind!

Moon may come
To enhance my dreams,
But the shine of my star
Sparkles light in my heart!

I try to express
More about thy beauty
But alas! Dreams about you,
Wash out the words
Queuing up in my blood!

8.7.2010

Submitted: Thursday, July 08, 2010
Edited: Saturday, July 10, 2010

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