vavroovahana patra

(15/10/1957 / cuttack)

A Beauty Vavroovahana Patra


A Beauty foreign Lass sits on the cosy sands of Sea-Shore;
Beholds the celestial beauty of blue wavy water.
Mind derives profound delight;
Soul drinks the nectar of gaiety.

The peerlen Beauty is a gift of Almighty;
Enjoys the beauty of Ocean with profound gaiety.
Silvery Beauty allures the poet;
Enthusiastically poet beholds the Beauty with delight.

Alluring curly crisp golden hair in enticing;
Silvery beauty face is miraculously alluring.
Poet sits a while on the cosy sands of the sea gaily;
From a little distance beholds the Beauty amazingly.

Innocent Beauty, half nude body entices poet's mind in evening.
Mind is delighting;
Golden sun beam mirrors on the wavy blue water.
Poet desires to have a long conversation with pleasure;

Innocent Beauty enjoys the beauty of the ocean.
Mysterious, miraculous, magnificent is Almighty's creation;
Poet desires to be nearer to the Beauty.
Time does not allow, returns back with gaiety.

Submitted: Friday, December 28, 2012

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