Treasure Island

Nikhil Parekh

(27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

impressed


The roots unrelentingly wanted to impress the fertile
cocoons of chocolate brown soil; by embedding
themselves to astronomical limits; and as deep as
possible,
The flowers profusely wanted to impress the tranquilly
splendid atmosphere; by disseminating their
marvelously majestic scent; to even the most
fathomless quarters of this colossal Universe,
The squirrels profoundly wanted to impress the
boisterously swirling tree trunks; by vivaciously
gallivanting through their sensuous labyrinth of roots
and tendrils; as the Sun blazed full throttle in the
firmament of fathomless sky,
The crocodiles relentlessly wanted to impress the
wildly swampy marshes; by menacingly slithering in
them under the sinister winds of midnight; fervently
waiting with a glint of diabolism in their eyes; to
pulverize innocuous prey into an infinite pieces,
The dew drops ardently wanted to impress the
frolicking grass blades; by compassionately caressing
their lush green stalks; fantasizing and romancing on
their bodies for times immemorial,
The clouds endlessly wanted to impress parched
granules of scorchingly sweltering soil; by
indefatigably culminating into an exquisite festoon of
unstoppable rain; pelting the most fructifying
blessings of the creator; in bountiful abundance,
The mice incorrigibly wanted to impress the hungrily
prowling cat; by obediently scratching its irascibly
unruly and fidgety skin; while it snored till beyond
the realms; of scintillating paradise,
The fish intransigently wanted to impress the
ravishingly undulating oceans; by jubilantly leaping
up in astoundingly mesmerizing tandem with the
tantalizing froth; rhetorically weaving its way ahead
as the stars shone enchantingly in the resplendent
sky,
The termites mightily wanted to impress the
lackadaisically withering bones; by biting
uninhibitedly through their deathly carcass; smacking
their lips thereafter after the stupendously relishing
meal,
The Sun perpetually wanted to impress the boundless
entrenchment of mystical sky; by fulminating into a
poignant fireball of blistering shine at the first
crack of dawn; majestically enlightening all
horrendously bereaved in vicinity; with the
unsurpassable aristocracy in its golden rays,
The prince perennially wanted to impress the royally
grandiloquent and exotically embellished castle; by
irrefutably emanating the tunes of irrefutable
righteousness from his bedazzling throne; dispensing
justice to the poor and unassailably rich; from the
realms of his chamber; alike,
The mirror unbelievably wanted to impress its
discerningly staring beholder; by always portraying
his most stringently candid reflection; depicting to
him his most explicitly precise measure; of robust
weight and towering height,
The gun irretrievably wanted to impress the
diabolically satanic devil; by uncouthly permeating
through innocent flesh; barbarically ripping apart
life forever from the chest; at the tiniest
insinuation of releasing the trigger,
The birds timelessly wanted to impress the exuberantly
magnificent atmosphere; by handsomely soaring through
the winds of happiness; gregariously embracing the air
in the spell binding carpet of its flight,
The cow bountifully wanted to impress the empty pail;
by inundating its pathetically barren periphery with
gallons of rejuvenating milk; imparting it with the
most sacrosanct elixir to holistically lead life,
The Moon invincibly wanted to impress the sultry
blackness of the ghastly night; with its unassailably
priceless beams of serene light; uniting one and all
alike; in the unconquerable aura of equanimity,
The soldiers impregnably wanted to impress the
beleaguered rudiments of their imprisoned motherland;
by triumphantly blazing into the rainbow of victory
everytime they fought; eternally freeing the soil with
the sacred blood of their valiant martyrdom,
The breath incessantly wanted to impress the heavenly
bifurcating nostril; by inhaling and exhaling out a
countless times each day and as the faintest traces of
light submerged with the gruesome night; providing the
most tenacious resilience to the gloomy corpses of
death,
And my heart passionately wanted to impress the beats
of its immortal beloved; with the most beautifully
seductive rays of sharing; caring; with the most
supreme endowment from the heavens; called LOVE; LOVE
AND GODLY LOVE. 

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

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