Eesha Syed


The Cascade In Layers


From my Dark Chocolate Eyes,
Winter's all about layers and love dyes

Layers of clothing
Layers of wafers
Layers of layering layers...
Layers of peace called eclairs...
Eclairs enfolded in choco punch bliss...
Bliss having layers of cool laughter...
Laughter today displays shivering teeth...
Teeth having a heart...
Heart so little yet filled big...
Big, bigger and biggest quantity of quality smiles...
Smiles having layers of rainbow ecstasy...
Ecstasy having a layered cake...
Layered cake having layers of pineapples...
Pineapples of a fresh news today...
Today is a layered day...
Day that's heralding my birthday...
Birthday this year is going to open...
Open like a rosebud of renewed hopes and sky high aims!

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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A mild metaphorical poem by me :) choco punch bliss means sweet ecstasy :)

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