An exquisite creation,
Standing tall on pillars of trust and emotions,
Preserving the inhabitants from gust and commotions.
Breathing, sharing, speaking,
Dancing, rejoicing and rejuvenating.
Singing the song of love,
Diffusing harmony in the air,
Caressing the children with utmost love and care.
A cherished dream of longing eyes,
A bundle of love and ringing chimes.
A long awaited desire, harbinger of peace,
Nurturing the kids providing them ease.
Sheltering even a small little squirrel,
Keeping the inhabitants out of quarrel.
A heart beat heard in silence,
A book of hymns universally pious.
Radiating light, reconciling the peer,
Relishing the moments even too queer.
Celebrating the birth, witnessing the pyre,
Coming to the fore as a creator, preserver and destroyer.
Topic(s): love and art
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