Dr. P. K. Verma
A Fairy On The Earth - Poem by Dr. P. K. Verma
Indeed, that’s a miracle, her beauty is too bright
To fade it, nobody has to dare to might
O God! To guard her smile, I need some power
A fairy on the earth, she is no stronger than a flower
This is my true love to you, of true mind
In the galaxy, there is no alteration to find.
Star-like eyes, rosy lips, and red cheeks, I’m sure
My love to her is true, every feeling is pure
The depth of my love, how I proved
But you are only one, I ever loved
The stars of mid-night, shall be dear
Who cares for them while you are mine, and near?
I dance in thy heart the wayward round
Love and beauty born, there is murmuring sound
A bunch of golden daffodils, beneath the trees
To see thy divine face, I lost in sweet breezes
Loving you is a vital feeling of delight
No tool is made to measure my love’s height
And there was a host of stars that shine
The endless beauty, that’s classical fine
I gazed, I gazed the glittering butterfly
The amazing beauty on the earth, now in the sky
Suddenly I back to my sense, in vacant mood
She oft flashes in my inward eyes, absolute
Indeed, it’s a bliss of solitude of mine
Oft I dream the fairy and feel myself too fine.
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