Rishi Kaashyap

That's It - The Most Beautiful Thing Poem by Rishi Kaashyap

When an eye meets another,
A curve that spreads
Gently below
Is the most beautiful thing.

When blissful thoughts
Shine over drops of your worries,
A rainbow on your face
Is the most beautiful thing.

When you see a person smiling,
Something that pulls apart,
The ends of your Mouth
Is the most beautiful thing.

An infectious Smile,
That you caught this morning

Submitted: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, April 25, 2012

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Written for the Blogsplash event to celebrate Fiona Robyn's new novel ‘The Most Beautiful Thing')

Comments about this poem (That's It - The Most Beautiful Thing by Rishi Kaashyap )

  • Rookie - 25 Points Jinal Oswal (4/24/2012 9:29:00 AM)

    A smile, it dissolves the bitterness... at times it does makes you forget what you were thinking... and a perfect smile with a greeting early in the morning... Ah! ! it makes the day! ! Nice poem :) (Report) Reply

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