Nikhil Parekh

(27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

royal love itself.


O! Yes; it was none other Omnipotent love solely by
itself and in its most gloriously unimpeachable form;
which majestically conquered an infinite more meadows
of resplendently burgeoning love,
O! Yes; it was insuperable love solely by itself and
in its most compassionately unfettered form; which
undyingly harnessed an infinite more skies of
immortally interminable love,
O! Yes; it was royal love solely by itself and in its
most charismatically poignant form; which triumphantly
suckled an infinite more droplets of sensuously nubile
love,
O! Yes; it was virgin love solely by itself and in its
most pristinely unadulterated form; which irresistibly
mated with an infinite more rainbows of vivaciously
cavorting love,
O! Yes; it was timelessly eternal love solely by
itself and in its most ubiquitously untainted form;
which unsurpassably evolved an infinite more cisterns
of wonderfully emollient love,
O! Yes; it was victoriously mellifluous love solely by
itself and in its most iridescently magnanimous form;
which indefatigably patronized an infinite more
harbingers of spell-bindingly heavenly love,
O! Yes; it was bountifully ecstatic love solely by
itself and in its most euphorically fructifying form;
which inevitably invited an infinite more cosmos's of
perennially ameliorating love,
O! Yes; it was universally blessing love solely by
itself and in its most rhapsodically divine form;
which tirelessly perpetuated an infinite more gorges
of metaphorically copious love,
O! Yes; it was wonderfully Omnipresent love solely by
itself and in its most bountifully extemporizing form;
which aristocratically transpired an infinite more
atmosphere's of harmoniously egalitarian love,
O! Yes; it was unbelievably redolent love solely by
itself and in its most humanitarianly priceless form;
which ardently worshipped an infinite more temples of
unassailably venerated love,
O! Yes; it was unceasingly serendipitous love by
itself and in its most gorgeously unshakable form;
which intriguingly sketched an infinite more natural
landscapes of stupendously inscrutable love,
O! Yes; it was ever-pervadingly young love by itself
and in its most robustly impregnable form; which
limitlessly sung an infinite more songs of beautifully
virile love,
O! Yes; it was everlastingly seductive love by itself
and in its most Omnisciently potent form; which
magnetically exuded into an infinite more
reverberations of unflinchingly indomitable love,
O! Yes; it was blissfully emancipating love by itself
and in its most thunderously compassionate form; which
irrefutably signed an infinite more bonds of
indisputably benevolent love,
O! Yes; it was symbiotically fragrant love by itself
and in its most spectacularly multiplying form; which
infallibly united with an infinite more fortresses of
peerlessly fathomless love,
O! Yes; it was mystically enamoring love by itself and
in its most perpetually invincible form; which
unchallangably reincarnated an infinite more mists of
celestially endless love,
O! Yes; it was magically reinvigorating love by itself
and in its most supremely innocuous form; which
unstoppably spawned into an infinite more seeds of
regally fearless love,
O! Yes; it was ebulliently fiery love by itself and
in its most rejoicingly transcending form; which
perennially breathed an infinite more breaths of
passionately godly love,
O! Yes; it was surreally tantalizing love by itself
and in its most immorally faithful form; which
unabashedly tied the nuptial thread with an infinite
more brides of effervescently boisterous love. 

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic(s): poetry


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