Nidhi Rastogi

Mother Earth - Poem by Nidhi Rastogi

Uncounted gifts, unseen boons
Immeasurable love - humans or loons
The azure roof - an illusion
The golden ball - its inclusion
No later and no soon
The gruesome shines with the moon
The wishy-washy twinkling with summation
The guileless eyes' ambition
Dawn, dusk, morning or noon
Embraces lives as pontoon
The ridges, the hills - its elevation
The rivers, the streams - its sensation
Far to comprehend is its tune
Life it holds in its ruins
Love it with passion and impulsion
Serve it with sentient compulsion
Fruits may ripen and flowers may bloom
Come caress the mother - our fortune

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

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