Preeth Nambiar

Rookie - 63 Points (North Malabar, Kerala, India)

Let Us Hide And Seek! - Poem by Preeth Nambiar

Amidst the dark dense woods, here I go, find me if you can!
I have a vast universe to hide, where the horizons are boundless
Where the eternity of time awaits me upon the bank of the river,
With a boat, to take me across the transparent tranquil waters;
From births to deaths and deaths to births! Catch me if you can!

While moving from the shades of green escaping your eyes,
I expect you hold me tightly with your chilled iron hands,
But let me not be embraced by you, till another morning
For I need some more moments to be alive and to smile!
Looking at the beauty around, and the life surrounding!

The darkness is terrifying, the silence penetrates my ears, but
I'm left with the courage of the beyond, the music from within!
Your voice echoes up on the horizon, the tough sound
Up on the rough rocks, that bound me around here; But
I'm here kissed by the flowers that whisper me the beauty of life!

Rain quenches my thirst; trees wither their fruits unto my feet,
Through the sharp narrow edges of rocks when I walk,
Creepers dropp their arms for me to hold tightly not to lose pace
Upon the slippery paths, my narrow escapes from your sight!
Contended I'm to my heart's heart, to love and to be loved!

Within this enchanting aloneness let me hide, seek me not, my dear,
Who try in vain to find me out, my existence in mortal cells!
I bet, you will never be, for I'm not just few letters that makes a word
But few words that make a sentence, a sense that define life,
Perhaps it would take ages to be revealed and births to be lived!

Let us hide and seek!

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  • (7/1/2013 12:59:00 AM)

    Brilliant! ! ! ! ! Let us hide and seek..... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 23, 2012


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