vittal vandavasu

Rookie (November 4th 1994 / Hyderabad)

The Winds Of Spring - Poem by vittal vandavasu

The winds of spring
So elegantly to sing
The song of arrival,
Maybe the winters rival

They came causing trees to whisper,
They came provoking flowers to bloom,
The sigh to bar out winter,
the sign to bar out gloom

Like silent stars, like dreamy oceans
like lazy beaches and flamboyant hues
they come carrying the soothing lotions
To repay all the undone dues

But woe is an unwelcomed persistent guest
My dear lass ceased to love me
The moment haunts me like a ghost
There is no more bliss to see

She had gone away from greenfields
Gone with the winds of spring
Now alone i count my yields
Still had a song to sing

NOTE: Dedicated to all the lovers who let their dreams depart


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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 5, 2010



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