Sun sucked sultriness seduces the dust strewn desert sands.
Rumbling jungle jugulars,
Teeming streams full of bream-dreams,
Radiate irregularly from the oasis:
Fading like filtering fog,
Evaporating into the hazy heavens.
Craggy mountains look down,
Upon toppling palaces,
Bound by weathered walls.
Nature nurtures nocturnal noise,
And rules the roost,
Invading everywhere eventually,
With searching fingers
A golden multi-coloured sunset
Closes every day
Below a cool blue skydome,
Speckled by The Milky Way.
PB or Skryboss
(C) Yorkshire, Tuesday 18\11\09 at 15.30.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem