Nikhil Parekh

Rookie - 488 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

2 Centimeters Of Brain - Poem by Nikhil Parekh

As much as it could stupendously perceive; it had the
power to brutally devastate,
As much as it could magnanimously harbor; it had the
power to corrupt the most sagacious of truth,
As much as it could devotionally dedicate; it had the
power to conceive the most unprecedentedly lecherous
existing on this planet,
As much as it could intriguingly fantasize; it had the
power to parasitically drain out every iota of
glorious memory,
As much as it could magically evolve; it had the power
to swipe traces of blissful civilization; in
lightening fractions of seconds,
As much as it could fantastically tantalize; it had
the power to disastrously famish the most invincible;
for centuries immemorial,
As much as it could unfathomably grasp; it had the
power to diabolically relinquish; within a single wink
of an eye,
As much as it could reside in perpetual realms of
solitude; it had the power to fulminate more
treacherously than infinite volcano's trapped beneath
the earth,
As much as it could disseminate the fragrance of
philanthropic mankind; it had the power to
diabolically crush the immaculately impeccable in the
swirl of its menacing manipulation,
As much as it could majestically accomplish; it had
the power to rampantly deteriorate well beneath the
rudiments of its roots,
As much as it could formidably heal; it had the power
to gruesomely exacerbate the tiniest of wounds; beyond
the corridors of infinite infinity,
As much as it could blossom into an island of
enchanting paradise; it had the power to insidiously
melt; transcending over boundaries of the most
obsolete oblivion,
As much as it could divinely meditate; it had the
power to indefatigably swim in torrential sea deluged
with preposterously ominous sharks,
As much as it could overwhelmingly pacify; it had the
power to trigger malicious fireballs of
discrimination; in religions bonding as united on this
earth,
As much as it could bask in the grandiloquent
splendor; it had the power to recede immortally into
its grave; even though it was animatedly alive,
As much as it could aristocratically relax; it had the
power to tumultuously inundate benevolent goodness;
with insane mad,
As much as it could ravishingly romance; it had the
power to sow the seeds of despairing betrayal; in
every heart it met,
As much as it could unbelievably dream; it had the
power to drown in cloudbursts of cacophonic
manipulation,
As much as it could unsurpassably exist; it had the
power to vanish like pathetic devil; before even the
winds could transgress in azure sky,
And as much as I called it my mind; believe me it had
the ubiquitous power to be anybody's 2 centimeters of
brain; entrenched well within the skull and shivering
inside. 


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014



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