Sunset In Sand Hill - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
Loose and granular appearance we see,
Particles of sand together have formed hill,
Gaining power from early sun in motion,
Now this hill says goodbye to today's sun.
With a faded appearance of pale orange sun,
Dropping down last few drops of emotion,
Telling about union and separation in love,
Time is busy in doing duty to invite dusk.
Today this hill is here and this dreams in joy,
Who knows when wind will blow very speedily?
Many granules will open wings to fly and move,
We may see a clear land instead of sand hill.
Sunset has written its last dream on hilltop,
Ridges of sand crown still sing about victory,
Particles are visible in mass of success of the day,
Coming and going is a common practice in life.
Sand hill swings and dances as spring wind blows,
Very old edentulous sun lastly mumbles to hide,
Telling about reincarnation of tomorrow's sunrise,
Sun says goodbye to sand hill and sand hill to sun.
© Kumarmani Mahakul,09 March 2018. All rights reserved.
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