Amit (Jimmie) Anand

Rookie (04-11-77 / India)

The prodigy of - art in the sea


Oh, the chasten carival of the brook
clamours it's way down
down, down, the caliph mountain trail
as avid Plain, longs to behold
the prodigal, bridal waif..
The porcession is destined
to see..
the prodigy of - art in the sea.
Oh, the belated sea recalls
'the art is not only on blazon lands
the sea too, thrives deep down
down, down, the sublime sands'
As the harmonic fiesta, the gaiety prevails
the ecstasy, of divinity sails
the sea, creats symphony-the high tide
of valiant turmoils, that raven inside!
Oh, the vestal sea takes in
the epics of past, that once deem
unbeknown..unknown lost monuments
the titanics, of it's self esteem.
The intrepid numerous spectators
lurk silently, in colorful piety,
to inhere radiant inspirits
on, these gardens of diety.
Never could one wonder
the world below
below, below, the sunken indigo
now in a trance, i see
the prodigy of - art in the sea.

Submitted: Saturday, April 08, 2006
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