Sudarkodi Nagarethinam

Light's all around

From dawn to dusk
From twilight to sunshine again
A ray of hope, A beam of life
The light's all around
Amusing every soul
Cheering every heart

Enlightenment - the soul's blossom
The power of elite, subdues the ultimatum
Knowledge and brilliance - the light of callosum

Eyes that dare to dream - manifest & redeem,
Eyes for a long sight, Vision that's light

The light and its velocity, travelling evermore
The light and its nuance, the light that is science
The light for its purity, the light is divinity

The lighter side of life, the light meant for sharing
Smile - the upturn curve, the light causing delight
Peace, love & unity, the shades of light in harmony

Reaching out with flying colours,
the prismatic light of the day
Creating a spectacular environ,
the illuminated light of the night

Enlivening joyful emotions,
the light of celebrations

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2008

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