Saccharine Jaggary - Poem by Prasad Natarajan
Tender mellow soggy dew kisses your pale greens,
Softly backlit cowardly hesitant golden ray leans,
Through leafless size zero branches with curvy twist,
Aromatic bronze berries intoxicates your dawn mist,
Tiny humming angels collect pure golden dust,
Dangling round betel nuts restlessly lies in rust,
Shimmering heads sway ready for harvest season,
Sharpening sickles creates sparks without reason,
Arching canals capture your vivid reflections slow,
Misty veil withdraws, revealing yellow skin flow,
Herds graze through your humble remains in glee,
Saccharine jaggary smokes, as little egrets flee.
©Prasad.N 26th Jan 2011.
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