Indira Renganathan


Alankar (Decor) - 160


Mamma Earth Is Searching...(Sonnetina Uno)

Sonnetina Uno

Iambic Pentameter
Whilst not having a rhyme, Blank Verse has been used to write
some of the loveliest love notes, or as a contrast,
portray some of the blackest moods.
The whole poem is written in a single stanza
hence the uno in the title.


Mamma Earth Is Searching...

As the sun rises lotus up-unfolds..
Umpteen petals of love unfurled to dance
The sunflower too blushes bright in awe
Turning to the sun all along the day
Even a blade of grass flips off the dew
Flashing rainbow colours in thorough joy
Coos and moos and else cries ready their quest
Kids of Earth while rejoice in love with sun
Mamma Earth- rolling searching her spouse while
In lulled pretext Vishnu reclines watchful

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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