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the tune of air.
The mystic tune of melodious air,
Shimmering brightly in perennial softness,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
the impeccable air
When I study the softness and true intimacy of the air,
It encapsulates my mind with an altruistic blare.
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
the main ingredient of my thoughts
I consider the weird tenacity of the intransigent air,
That tickles the envelope of my mind,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
mahatma gandhi
This man living was a blessing to earth,
His character truly spotless and bright,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
precious tears
O! Mother why do you shed your costly tears for me?
I'm horrid and of no use to this world,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
ocean of blood
Before me stretches the gargantuan ocean of blood,
O! helmsman be my eternal companion,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
the palatial waters
The sparkling surface of evanescent water,
Reveals undiscovered exhilaration in a smooth manner,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
Find An Open Space
Riding down freeways of incessant behaviors, watching them
step up in front, knowing that each one will find it's place
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 8/18/2014
translucent sheath of luxury
The emerald green cinnamon leaf,
An undulating surface of midget proportions,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
long iron
Infinite stretch of white metal,
Running parallel through unlimited access of territory,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
the tale of a car tyre
The inflated swell of vehicular rubber,
Was with soft rectangular indentations,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
morbid structure of creation
I altruistically stared at the wall,
Pale and white with a few blemishes,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
a contact lens
It was a semipermeable membrane of curved plastic,
Softened to usable proportions,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
showers
Ominous black clouds in the firmament of sky; showered thunderous rain,
Deluging dry earth with bountiful water; quenching the thirst of umpteenth o
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
switch of the air-conditioner please
I felt unrelentingly strangulated; with exhausted blasts of wind emanating from my nose,
Gloominess besieging me with tumultuous force; piercing thr
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
bounce
When I banged a ball of spongy rubber on the ground; it bounced a few times with insipid fervor,
Rising a few inches from the ground; displaying a t
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
when i wrote her name
When I wrote her name with light fountain ink; on the naked parchment of white paper,
It appeared almost invisible; failed to portray the fervent in
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
there was nothing born on earth
There was nothing born on earth; whiter than frosty white cow milk,
There was nothing born on earth; saltier than the saline sea,
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
wings of love
I wanted to fly high in the blue sky on the wings of love;
Traversing through balls of white cotton clouds; listening to the mellifluous chirping of
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
touch
When I dared to touch the fiery and pugnacious ball of Sun; I got instantly electrocuted,
All the animate cells in my body got mercilessly charred;
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
she loved her baby more than she loved her God
She hurled him high in the air; exuberantly catching him in her safe arms,
Suckled him passionately with her milk; harnessing his tiny form with her
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
expurgations
The disdainful gutters; expurgated tons of sewage every unveiling day; producing an unbearable stench which infiltrated the fragrant surroundings,
T
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
i wanted you to be
I wanted you to be my godmother; caress me gently in the night; humming a melodious rhyme to put me to sleep,
Prepare appetizing dishes of corn to g
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
the air which my mother breathed
The air leaking form the air-conditioner was ergonomically cold,
Pacifying tumultuous anger of people; frantically quarreling in the acrimonious sum
Nikhil Parekh poet by Nikhil Parekh
on 8/18/2014
Moody Woman
Red sun rising from the boiling sea
Putting on her yellow dress
Bill Cantrell poet by Bill Cantrell
on 8/18/2014
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