Sutapa Chaudhuri


My May Born Poem by Sutapa Chaudhuri


my jasmine spreading perfume in the wind
my sprite of sun dancing on the rays
my starlight, moonbeam
undaunted, blazing,
emitting rays of life...
youth, intelligence, will
powerful, radiant vibrant -
softly glowing in tenderness
like the yet unborn dawn
innocent like the blushing twilight
reflected on still waters
making life beautiful
the principle of light
gently merging
becoming the principle of life itself
in a harmony of songs
ensuring peace
tender, innocent, trusting
happy and joyful
putting a smile on sad faces
my daughter, my life, my entire universe.

Submitted: Friday, September 21, 2012

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