Treasure Island

Nikhil Parekh

(27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

the greatest honor for me


It was the greatest honor for me on this fathomless planet; to forever
close
my lids after sighting the whites of your majestically impeccable eyes,
As in them I regally found the vividly panoramic beauty of this
fathomless
Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to unveil…
It was the greatest honor for me on this spell-binding planet; to
forever
close my lips after tasting the sweetness of your sensuously effulgent
cheeks,
As in them I immaculately found the rhapsodically unending triumph of
this
gigantic Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to unveil…
It was the greatest honor for me on this limitless planet; to forever
close
my ears after hearing the inimitably unconquerable ebullience in your
mellifluously sacrosanct voice,
As in it I unceasingly found the irrefutably impregnable righteousness
of
this indomitable Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to
unveil…

It was the greatest honor for me on this boundless planet; to forever
close
my palms after caressing your divinely sweet fingers,
As in them I euphorically found the eternally everlasting companionship
of
this gargantuan Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to
unveil….
It was the greatest honor for me on this unbelievable planet; to
forever
close my mind after profoundly absorbing myself into your timelessly
emollient fantasy,
As in it I incomprehensibly found the tantalizingly astounding
iridescence
of this endless Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to
unveil….
It was the greatest honor for me on this inexhaustible planet; to
forever
close my veins after worshipping just an infinitesimal ingredient of
your
insuperably humanitarian blood,
As in it I immutably found the jubilantly symbiotic fragrance of this
redolently burgeoning Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to
unveil….
It was the greatest honor for me on this victorious planet; to forever
close
my feet after kissing the paths that you unflinchingly traversed on,
As in them I unshakably found the scent of fearlessly altruistic truth
of
this blessing Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to
unveil….
It was the greatest honor for me on this ebullient planet; to forever
close
my nostrils after feeling your perpetually cascading and altruistically
volatile breath,
As in it I invincibly found the royal throne of undefeated life of this
venerated Universe; for infinite more births of mine yet to unveil….
And it was the greatest honor for me on this magnetic planet; to
forever
close my heart after perennially bonding with your magnanimously benign
beats,
As in them I irretrievably found the enthralling sky of endlessly
miraculous
love; for infinite more births of mine yet to unveil. 

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

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