poet Ayni Poet

Ayni Poet

A Gift To Humanity

Roses bloom for everyone, kind or unkind,
Old or young, water or fire, gold or tin
They smile to every eye that reaches them,
In their pureness, in their beauty,
And gives to all - their tender scent of life.

There's a Sun adoring to give you light and heat,
To bathe your atoms with crystals of joy
Expects nothing from you in return, truly,
It only knows how to give what it is.

Green grass plays a symphony for the trees and lilies,
For creatures, round and square, dainty and squeamish,
For angels, lovers, stars and oceans' cry,
It receives them in their perfection - as they are
It knows nothing of them but fondles all with care.

When you're sick there's a void that holds you,
Like a soft-hearted mother,
Wherever it touches all transforms into peace & flowers of Love,
Healing the cuts, the bleeds, the scars,
Rough heels and aching feelings.
So you can walk again on Earth
And leave footprints of kindness,
In the sky,
On the clean beach.

My ears are sinking into the sand
Hearing its never-changing stories of the passing,
It has a lot to say, a lot to give,
Just as a river offers pure waters, all of its streams.

Come, sit with me, receive this humble gift,
A gift of sacred hugs.

Topic(s) of this poem: beautiful, giving, humanity, life, nature

Poem Submitted: Monday, May 1, 2017
Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 2, 2017

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  • Daniel JonesDaniel Jones (5/7/2017 3:10:00 PM)

    There's a Sun adoring to give you light and heat,
    To bathe your atoms with crystals of joy

    i was hooked completly by your poem Mystique Kiss, then i find this one, the line above rendered me me goose bumps! Line after line encasing feeling and sentiment, Well Done.

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