indira babbellapati

Rookie - 106 Points (visakhapatnam, india)

A Chance Rendezvous - Poem by indira babbellapati

On a day when the sun's chariot
Is picking its momentum and
The night still exhaling cool
Dampness on the day's pricking skin
Sitting under an open sky I slip
Into an indescribable stupor
The melody of your thoughts
Transport me into...
'Inda! ' I hear a voice as if
I were sitting in a deep well
'Lift your head and take a look, '
My son's voice I hear from
Two floors down with his eyes skyward
I reluctantly raise my lashes
More to obey my young master
There my eyes catch a mild
Reddish shine on the easterly sky
With well defined angles:
Mars, the unrelenting war god
Stood majestic on a lonely field
Staring at nothing in particular
In dignity, valour and splendour

09feb2010
20.55hrs


Comments about A Chance Rendezvous by indira babbellapati

  • (2/23/2010 4:51:00 PM)


    what a beautiful moment you've captured here......at the right place, at the right time.... (Report) Reply

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  • (2/23/2010 11:30:00 AM)


    It was written with much intellectual finesse. (Report) Reply

  • Leonard Dabydeen (2/15/2010 2:08:00 PM)


    Your 'rendezvous' is tantalizingly imaginative in its rich imagery. An ambiance of the night sky. Well written. Good read.
    Thanx for sharing.
    Blessings.
    Leonard
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  • Prince Obed de la Cruz (2/10/2010 1:17:00 AM)


    it is so beautiful and interesting too... awesome! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 1, 2010


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