Nikhil Parekh

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

In Order To Wipe My Sins - Poem by Nikhil Parekh

In order to wipe sweat trickling down my nape; I used a
large bandanna,
in order to wipe blotches of mud from my demeanor; I
used a soft towel,
in order to wipe scalding tea from my shirt; I used a
colossal palm leaf,
in order to wipe invincible stains of crimson betel; I
used stringent
in order to wipe agglutinated paint from the wall; I
used a blend of water and
in order to wipe tonnes of sawdust from the pellucid
glass; I used a fluffy
brush of handsome cotton,
in order to wipe sumptuous grape vine from the
barrel; I used my tongue,
in order to wipe oleaginous grease from live grass; I
used micro thin bristles
of brush,
in order to wipe disdainful sewage from earth; I used a
pair of dry twigs to
in order to wipe saline tears from her eyes; I used my
strong palm,
in order to wipe immaculate chalk from the
blackboard, I used a rosewood
in order to wipe incongruous thorns from the mystical
grave; I used a forked
in order to wipe blood oozing profusely from my
wounds; I used a concoction of
whisky and sponge,
in order to wipe erroneous blunders in
pronunciation; I used the dictionary,
in order to wipe mascara from her dainty eyes; I used
my luscious red lips,
in order to wipe my bowels clean of debris; I used a
well spun sanitary towel,
in order to wipe brackish footprints of my triangular
feet; I used soft
in order to wipe flakes of white powder from my scalp;
i vociferously used an
extract of medieval roots,
in order to wipe venomous poison from her cheek; I
articulately used my teeth
and withdrew,
in order to wipe moisture from sequestered interiors
of my home; I made use of
fumigating sunlight,
and in order to wipe the heinous sins I committed this
existing life; I took
birth for infinite decades,
harnessing the void created with my precious blood

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 18, 2014

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