Varanasi Ramabrahmam

Rookie - 41 Points (27-11-1953 / Vegeswarapuram, India)

Advertisement and Invitation Poem by Varanasi Ramabrahmam


The brilliance is advertisement to the sun
And the fragrance to the jasmines
The humming sound to the bees
And very existence is advertisement for Beauty


Their elevations and depressions are
Advertisement to the youthful women

And loving heart to the beloved;

The cool and pleasant moonlight is
Advertisement to the full moon

And the roaring waves to the sea;

Composing verses and lyrics is
Advertisement to the poet

And pride and arrogance are
Advertisement to the beautiful girl

No necessity for the bliss showering beautiful ones
To undertake any advertisement or invitations for admirers;

The aesthetic and romantic hearts on their own
Approach the nature for the pleasant experiences;

Its very existence is
an invitation from the nature

Call and advertisement
To the sensitive and sensuous
For happiness and pleasure...

Submitted: Thursday, June 24, 2010

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