Lama Abbas

Rookie (11-09-1994 / Bhopal)

Nature In Its Versatile Patterns... - Poem by Lama Abbas

Nature in its versatile patterns...
Questioning intellects...
Ever seek...
Her brilliance remains unconquered ages after
It's beautiful poetry...
Songs of love...
Music, designs who with flawless perfection...
It's Dances in motion, stillness after
Magical grace, entice, soul seek.
Sciences, of stars,
Oceans beyond,
Beneath its bed,
Beneath the ground,
Across the sky
Worlds lay in darkness, my ignorance...
Mathematical wonders in its abstract nature, seeks wisdom, in a passive thought flows in the heart of universe, cold beauty,
Deep in its sense...not appealing to soul of Romanticism its sensitivity, yet lies in it unapproached...
It's perspectives of art, magnificence of architectural glory,
Vistas beyond stretch,
Over delicate angles set and perfect symmetries...

It's mysticism, it's pure religion, it's spirituality...
It's spirits apart from man's
Good and bad...!
Into different bodies, melt, mould, reshape, redefine...
Fresh Dawn, noon tide, flying nights...
In her commotion,
Her deep silence, stillness
Nature's versatile patterns...
Is what makes beauty,
What completes me...

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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