Pradeep Uthaman

Rookie - 0 Points (09/06/1985 / India)

A Reverie - Poem by Pradeep Uthaman

Dreams owe the visits-
still at the darkness.
Keeps the silence,
too invisible than the black.

Comes and wakes up-
and breaks an ambigious solitude.
Drags us to the blue and
twist the grey to walk in the moon.

It makes us learn-
to fall in love with the night.
And waves a magic wand,
so the cupid strats the voodoo.

We would love that glimpse,
a loaf of moon fell down near.
It turned em all to gold-
and touched again for a glitter.

Dreams owe the visits-
still at the darkness.
Takes us where it flies-
and grews us a bee wing so fine.

We flew together to the highs, -
the downs, lawns and the yards.
Those folds were filled in flowers-
and they danced in blithesome beauty.

Enchanted by the allure! ,
and we were wiggled in to a bottle.
Fliped and turned;
in a whirlpool of venusberries.

Drenched in the berry wine-
it wake us up from the reverie.
We were not wet, its morning,
But the incense remains with us.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

its just about being lost in thoughts and getting slipped into reverie. 'a day dream'.

Comments about A Reverie by Pradeep Uthaman

  • Indranil Bhaduri (8/8/2012 1:55:00 PM)


    Beautifully penned thoughts..Loved it. Cordially invite you to go through my humble contribution and comment. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012



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