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Shore Lake And Sea Poem by SALINI NAIR

Endless drift
It moves to some lonely side
Still in this shore it breathes as if beloved
Its shades and rays are eternal
Yet can stop and pat for a while
Still it flows to some other land
In a lovely wrap still stop and hug
So clench to some side as together
Conquest the shades as a sonnet rhythm
In a sophisticated way wrap the drops
Need to reach some eternal side
Yet the plot was so specific that shrink it
In a melancholy some streams stretch to that
So as to handover a medley of love and mourn
On that way it admit its growth
So as to reach a long way
Still it shrinks yet restrains the power
In a polite way hand over some to sea
The saline so admirably accept the new
In gratitude way there loss a long drive
So as to attain an eternal force
There started a long life so humbly………….

©2014 SALINI.S.NAIR. All rights reserved.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: water

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