Deep In Her Eyes......
She looks really elegant, glamorous
Tonight, with me further glorious
Dancing throughout in the morning rain
Sunrays fall on her face to shine
while twilight fades, in her broken mirror
You seems to do further sinful small error
Extend the embraces towards her beams
in her eyes, swings the waves of streams
But now, every eye turns down on her alone,
Knocks down with stones and puts a throne
In the neck, on her breast, a cross she ware
believers might kiss it, and pray to adore.
on her heavenly looks a spicy body disclose,
deep in her eyes, the mind unfixed as those:
Favors to none, to all she Smiles and extends,
Often she refuses, but never once offends.
Bright as the Sun, her Eyes the Gazers strike,
and, like the Sun, they shine on all alike.
Yet graceful Ease, and Sweetness of Pride,
Forget the faults, fancies, her wills to hide:
If to her share some fatal errors fall,
Look at her face, and you will forgive all.
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
She is always with me.....forever and ever........
From the Anthology of lyrics, both in English & Malayalam (bilingual, translated by the author)
and titled as 'Forever, lovingly yours.......', (Pranayapoorm, Ennennum Nintee...)
written by Williams George Maveli. (Williamsji Maveli)
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