Honey Wave - Poem by Savita Tyagi
A soft breeze descended from open sky to surf across the ocean.
A honeyed wave surged from the heart of ocean to greet the wind.
For a brief moment wind embraced the wavelet, whispered its undying love for her
The moon, the open sky, and I were the witness of their tender love.
Before long the tempest, brewing in the darkness pushed the dancing wave down
The breeze swept across the waters,
Sweetness of past moment already fading in its memory
Oblivious of the crushed wave sinking in the dark chambers of sea
It mingled with sand and palm trees.
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