Biography of brindha saran
Love poetry, art, reading, and writing. The beauty of english language captivates me. Am a postgraduate in science, but with a deep interest in arts, psychology and philosophy.
brindha saran Poems
Morning glory brisk and jolly - when the sun shining brightly birds singing gaily.
Drowzzeeee.... At The Lecture
Weather in a lull cold and dull; my eyes feel heavy my lids about to close
Just A Little
When we meet, my heart beats a little faster.
Dissolved Into Eternity
Consumed by a magical fire sizzling with lust tormented with passion drunken with love
Wish I Were A Flower
Wonderful flower in the garden A facet of nature's creative art Soft lovely petals Eye-catching colours
Power Of Passion
Gushing with energy Rushing through the fields Lashing out his whip Pushing through the wind.
Young lady in the crowd Glazed eyes on distant meadows The closer she comes, the farther it goes Melancholy in the heart
Busy working ant am I toiling through the night and day Listen to me clearly, I pray you will not be led astray!
The Story Of A Table
Once it was a tree swaying in a forest, alive and free; Today the tree is gone but the wood lives on.
Its not that we have much in common! ! ! Yet, what's happening to me, my being? drawn into a trance; covered with pleasure;
From India to Pakistan the governments may fail to unite to bring about order but my love, lets set sail
Just For You
I toss and turn in my bed trying to push aside the bubbling yearning a silent want to feel your presence, your reassuring warmth beside me.
Clutching and grasping into amorphous darkness Randomly grappling for the elusive; Stale murkiness in the air - and then those elusive moments come by...
Stealing glances Passion brimming Lips quivering We sit closer and closer
Wish I Were A Flower
Wonderful flower in the garden
A facet of nature's creative art
Soft lovely petals
Heart rendering fragrance
Happily sways the flower on the plant
Though its life is only for a day
Least does it care for appreciation
Not a soul may notice it - Yet