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Nikhil Parekh

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

definitely- immortally bonding love


Perhaps the dictionary of the rambunctiously
gallivanting bumble bee; obstreperously started and
ended with solely the words; "Beautifully golden
Honey",
Perhaps the dictionary of the voluptuously crimson
clouds; sensuously started and ended with solely the
words; "Unceasingly fantasizing rain",
Perhaps the dictionary of the fathomlessly majestic
desert; aridly started and ended with solely the
words; "Unsparingly emaciating heat",
Perhaps the dictionary of the wretchedly devastating
earthquake; tempestuously started and ended solely
with the words; "Uncouthly endless destruction",
Perhaps the dictionary of the magically ameliorating
leaves; enchantingly started and ended solely with the
words; "Vivaciously ardent breeze",
Perhaps the dictionary of the ubiquitously spell
binding forest; uncannily started and ended solely
with the words; "Boundlessly unfettered Enigma",
Perhaps the dictionary of the inimitably indomitable
Sun; fierily started and ended solely with the words;
"Unflinchingly optimistic blaze",
Perhaps the dictionary of the mystically sabbatical
snake; clandestinely started and ended solely with the
words; "Lethally surreptitious venom",
Perhaps the dictionary of the triumphantly unbridled
butterfly; exuberantly started and ended solely with
the words; "Jubilantly undying frolic",
Perhaps the dictionary of the incomparably venerated
cow; dedicatedly started and ended solely with the
words; "Timelessly fructifying worship",
Perhaps the dictionary of the indiscriminately
marauding dinosaur; atrociously started and ended
solely with the words; "Ruthlessly slandering
massacre",
Perhaps the dictionary of the resplendently milky
moon; altruistically started and ended solely with the
words; "Perennially enlightening shimmer",
Perhaps the dictionary of the mundanely jaded road;
morosely started and ended solely with the words;
"Pathetically lugubrious abrasion",
Perhaps the dictionary of the insuperably infallible
mountains; brilliantly started and ended solely with
the words; "Undaunted strength galore"
Perhaps the dictionary of the punctiliously ticking
clock; perseveringly started and ended solely with the
words; "Indefatigably unfurling time",
Perhaps the dictionary of the unabashedly scarlet
rose; inscrutably started and ended solely with the
words; "Unlimitedly compassionate fragrance",
Perhaps the dictionary of the marvelously undulating
sea; poignantly started and ended solely with the
words; "Timelessly burgeoning adventure",
Perhaps the dictionary of the monstrously grisly
spider; mysteriously started and ended solely with the
words; "Eclectically amazing slipperiness",
Perhaps the dictionary of the obsessively possessive
parents; inexorably started and ended solely with the
words; "Our own blood/children",
Perhaps the dictionary of the seductively emollient
dewdrop; celestially starred and ended solely with the
words; "Eternally emancipating bliss",
Perhaps the dictionary of the sullenly cadaverous
graveyard; forlornly started and ended solely with the
words; "Fetidly asphyxiating ghostliness",
Perhaps the dictionary of the affably moistened
nostril; interminably started and ended solely with
the words; "Pricelessly undefeated life",
Perhaps the dictionary of the fantastically rain
soaked soil; magnificently started and ended solely
with the words; "Limitlessly unshakable virility",
Perhaps the dictionary of the unbelievably infinite
Universe; spectacularly started and ended solely with
the words; "Miraculously mitigating creation",
Perhaps the dictionary of the redolently invincible
conscience; irrefutably started and ended solely with
the words; "Unconquerably heavenly truth",
Perhaps the dictionary of the unassailably ecstatic
blood; effulgently started and ended solely with the
words; "Incomparably sparkling humanity",
Perhaps the dictionary of the inscrutably sculptured
palm; tantalizingly started and ended solely with the
words; "Inexplicably unraveling destiny",
Perhaps the dictionary of the ferociously
blood-curling terrorist; barbarously started and ended
solely with the words; "Venomously satanic hatred",
But Definitely; without the most infinitesimal shadow
of doubt and universally; the dictionary of every
organism living and symbiotically alive; uninhibitedly
started and ended solely with the words; "Immortally
bonding love". 

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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