Baby Elephant

I know an elephant girl,
A baby one.

Her eyes like the elephant eyes,
Just hatched, unaware of
The meterial world,
Blessed with childishness.

Her nose, like the elephant trunk,
Fondles all, enemy or friend,
And like the Ramadan Moon,
Spreads her beautiful aura.

Her heart like the elephant ear,
Huge, broad and wide,
Waves with the Songs of Innocence.

She is an elephant girl,
A baby one.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: beauty,childhood,metaphysical,sweet
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