Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -136


There Is A Zone Special(Diminishing Hexaverse)

The Diminishing Hexaverse
a poem in diminishing 6 stanzas, made up of a sixain, followed by quintet, followed by a quatrain, followed by a tercet followed by couplet and ending in a single stich.
syllabic, L1-L6 6 syllables each, L7-L11 5 syllables each, L12-L15 4 syllables each, L16-L18 3 syllables each, L19-L20 2 syllables each and finally L21 1 syllable.
unrhymed.

There Is A Zone Special

There is a zone special
Lovers to cherish love
Just to gaze at themselves
In love's eyes, wordless lips
To utter flutterings
In silence messaging..

Love at first sight wings
Takes off to heaven
Zooms in dreams of hugs
Widened irises light
Wicks of lovely looks

What next? souls merge
In one on hopes
Chaired to lead life
Wheeling in air

Time too wheels
Mind wakes them
Love caved in

A zone
Special-

Heart

Submitted: Monday, April 01, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 02, 2013
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