Ayush Anand


The Meadow - Poem by Ayush Anand

The silent meadow glistened bright
The little rabbit jumped in fright
As I crashed the party
Of the glorious nature, crafty

The shining river rippled by
As I with all my heart said bye
To the tad little city behind
Where everyone minds and none is kind

The glorious copper sun welcomed me
And reminded me of where I should be
A brave and cheery sunflower
Blossomed in solidarity

It kept me mesmerized,
As it flaunted its life, prized
But suddenly, like a demon
Came a swooping falcon

Seized the innocent rat
clinging to the lovely brat
And I broke my gaze
As the flower, with the rat went to the haze

The kind cruelty of red-clawed nature
cast a gloom on my future
And I was reminded once again
Of my bemoaning life, ominous

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  • Eindaray Kyaw (8/30/2012 6:58:00 AM)


    Wow! ! How amazing this is! Though you are so young, you have a great talent, dear bro! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 22, 2012


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