Nikhil Parekh

Rookie - 488 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

the richest of all


When I saw her; my heart became an passionate ocean of
love; throbbing more violently than the volcano
fulminating mercilessly beneath hot soil,
When I saw her; my eyes became a paradise of emotions;
with an insatiable propensity to wildly love now
encompassing every cranny of their plain white,
When I saw her; my lips became gargantuan islands of
spongy chocolate; diffusing an aroma of profuse
sweetness in whatever they kissed and caressed,
When I saw her; my palms became mountains of
invincible strength; ready to take on the mantle of
the entire world and the most gruesomely acrid of
thorns,
When I saw her; my speech became a gushing river of
mesmerizing songs; capturing all the beauty entrenched
in this world in the melody of its voice,
When I saw her; my teeth became a colossal fortress;
with an astoundingly formidable tenacity to squelch
even the most obdurate of nut into a million pieces,
When I saw her; my nose became a vivaciously flowing
fountain; diffusing into a stream of enchantingly
vibrant color and shades,
When I saw her; my feet became unfathomable tunnels of
exotic energy; galloping at speeds never perceivable
by any mankind,
When I saw her; my thoughts became a fascinating cloud
of immortal romance; floating fervently through
surreally alluring space,
When I saw her; my stride became a stupendously
blossoming pond of lotus; sprouting into infinite
petals of overwhelming fragrance and grace,
When I saw her; my muscles became the fathomless
battlefield; marching forward with boisterous
audacity; ready to demolish and swipe the tiniest
trace of evil from the periphery of this earth,
When I saw her; my ears became the boundlessly
unsurpassable sky; profoundly deciphering and imbibing
every possible sound hovering in this Universe,
When I saw her; my stomach became a gigantic tree;
able to handsomely assimilate any amount of food and
water visible till far and wide,
When I saw her; my cheeks became a garden of redolent
roses; blushing a splendid crimson till the onset of
eternity,
When I saw her; my skin became an incredulously gaudy
rainbow; impregnating in it virtually all possible
shades that existed on this earth,
When I saw her; my sweat became a delectable beehive
inundated with divinely nectar; wafting an aroma which
had the ability to placate even the most sacrosanct of
angels,
When I saw her; my blood became a waterfall of
voluptuous seduction; circulating rampantly and
triggering a blazing trail of ardent desire all
throughout my crisscrossed veins,
When I saw her; my whole body became a mirror of
scintillating rays; a mirror which explicitly
portrayed to me the very reason of my precious
existence,
And when I saw her; my breath became even more purer
than when I was just born; infact I could say with
insurmountable pride; the richest of all amongst every
living kind. 

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

Topic(s): poetry


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