Treasure Island

Indira Renganathan


A Flower To Auroville Mother-106


Marikolundu(Dhavanam
Artemisia pallens Walls.)

Behold, all spellbound
In surpassed fragrance
Flowers of this garland
Stuck in added affluence

Marikolundu, she's the new
Beyond crores of heavens
Born and traversed through
Pregnant with aroma heavens'

Grown on earth with leaves
Pairs pinnasect, pamatisect
Perfuming sweet in opposites
Flora golden like her scent

Now glued together strung
All sunk in curative aroma
A song in dulcet mood sung
Stay on Davana, stay on Davana

Submitted: Wednesday, May 04, 2011
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