Vivek Tiwari

(23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)

I Long To Live In The Eden Garden of Nature

I long to live
And live forever
To live in Nature`s Eden-garden-
Broad and wide
And walled to horizon
Walled with unfenced endless surroundings.
That region of Autumn and Spring
Deck`d in Welkin`s vital ring
Welkin`s blue, bright and silky canopy
Where my dearest Darling dwells
Among gladdening priceless precious treasures-
That heart`s never satiating possessions.

I long to live
And live forever
In the ever prevailing soothing peace
Where the honey bees sing and hive
Sing hiving honey-sweet songs
Among the deep-deep happy valleys
Ever fragrant with Spring`s release.
Where enchanting melodious choirs
And blithering sweep of incense breez
Hails the dawn and night`s retiring
With heartiest welcome and real adieus,
Where ceaseless dancing waves
Upon the virgin breast of rivults
That floats among the flat-land cheerily
And cream-grey mountains brim.
Where the real mistress of love-
Loveliest, beautiest and prettiest ever-
Roams pleasantly with love inspired
And kindle my heart with truest love
Love whose hue is everlasting.

I want to live
And live forever
In the Eden-garden of the Nature
Where my dearest Darling dwells
Among rejoicing precious treasures.

Submitted: Monday, December 24, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 24, 2012

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  • Neela Nath (12/25/2012 7:29:00 AM)

    I think many of us here on P.H wish to live in The Eden Garden of Nature. Very lovely write. (Report) Reply

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