rajagopal haran

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190.Dilating The Dynamics Of Love - Poem by rajagopal haran

Landscape resembling
Crocodile’s back
Bark of the tree
Comparable to poor man’s dry skin
Hawk laying eggs
In the hollow of the solo bystander
And hatching young ones,
Contemplating food for them
Flaps its wings looking for preys!

Tip of the cliff
Touching the sky
Trees with no leaves
Extending far and wide
With all the wild life
Wandering in the vicinity,
A tiger thrashing the deer
Sucks its blood
Taking the smell of carcasses
Abandons and moves forward
Jaw of the deer wide open ajar
Hawk picks the bloody tissue
With its beak spilling bits and pieces
Trying to ransack!

Loitering in these spaces
Wondering the love of the hawk
Look forward to find something great
For my ladylove, beauty personified
Having lips like rose petals
Emitting nectar on intimate contact
Pouring words so sweet
With ornaments ornamenting themselves
Wearing earrings neatly bent
Eyes matching them in elegance
Pull me, passing thro’ the forest
And hold my vision blocking the mission
Defenseless there I am
Protect me dear lady, I love you!


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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