kp. shashidharan


Let Us Visit Our Mother's Exhibition - Poem by kp. shashidharan

Babe, don't you remember
Our honeymoon voyage
We were at Niagara
On the 'Maid of the Mist'
We felt scared when the fall
Thundered in the heart

You clinched me tight in fright
Close to my chest
The milky whirlpool of the fall
Shook the vessel in rage
Beholding the beauty
Of the rainbow in your eyes
Looking deep into me
Intoxicated with the elixir of life
You told:
'We should miss not
The greatest exhibition
Of our Mother Nature! '

You whispered: 'Darling,
Money may come
And money may go
And we too will go
It's once in a lifetime experience
Let us see more
Of the Mother's exhibition!

She exhibits
At Mount Rushmore
Yellow stone
Bryce, Zion, Grand
Banff galleries
And elsewhere! 'Bryce, Zion, Grand
Banff galleries
And elsewhere!


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 26, 2011


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