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Tiny Droplets Shine and Jostle


Tiny droplets shine and Jostle….

Tiny droplets shine and jostle, Windy night

Whishpers’oft, as the light flickers, to tease….

a smile, from the tumult of your eyes, like the smell

of clove, in a strepitous bazaar.


Tiny droplets shine and jostle, Aureate dawn

recreant darkness, as the flowers bloom, to steal….

a smile, from your saturnine heart, like the scarlet blush

of nymph, in a sequestered hallway.

Tiny droplets shine and jostle, Clarion noon

drowsy mute, as the bee buzz, to squeeze….

a smile, from your sanguine soul, like the anxious wait

of bride, in a tranquil aisle.

Tiny droplet shine and jostle, mawkish dusk

marching seas, as the birds nest, to nudge….

a smile, from your crimson lips, like the yearning song

of canary, in a hermetic wood.

Tiny droplets shine and Jostle, windy night

Whishpers’oft…………….

                                            

                                                                        ……..sunil

           

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Categories: Poetry
  1. Rajesh Pahuja
    July 25, 2006 at 10:49 pm

    Brilliant . What a splendid piece of poetry. I have added your blog to my favourites.

  2. July 4, 2006 at 9:44 pm

    I have been trying to send you this comment for a long time. your poetry is excellent, great choice of such delicate words….the way you have arranged them….feel the tiny drops all around…splendid…keep it up.

  3. July 4, 2006 at 9:40 pm

    Your poetry is great…the delicate choice of words…and the arrangement of them….splendid…can feel the tiny drops all around. Keep it up.

  4. July 4, 2006 at 9:35 pm

    Hey, your poetry is great, the choice of such delicate words and the arrangement…splendid. Can feel the tiny drops all over. Keep it up.

  5. July 4, 2006 at 6:49 pm

    wow….u do write beautifully so….too good

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