SALINI NAIR

Bronze Star - 6,475 Points (2/2/1981 / kottayam)

Fire


Its twilight
Fire distinguished as a whole
Warmth that beyond its fleet
Eyes that bewail for sometimes
Beauty reflects inward eye
Mind rejoices as a kid

Loneliness grabs the shore with a whisper
Contraction elongates over the land
Beyond the side of the gloom
Its rise of a dawn
These whims are here only
There the momentum is on the way

Flames are so desirous always
Vigor to burn all on its way
It eradicate the shade in his absence
Chirp to swallow without consent
Vigorous and empty some ashes
Existence that argue sometimes

Outer the laws it's not a norm
The gigantic is the source of life
Warmth that set all the rules
These flames are the terminus
Residues never clang the existed
But there never exist a stoop

Force of life obeys the rules
Means of life contradicts always! ! ! !

©2014 SALINI.S.NAIR. All rights reserved

Submitted: Friday, September 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: nature


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a comparison of sun and fire..................

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