Nikhil Parekh

(27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

don't yet die


One day you will ebulliently bounce on the pinnacle of
blossoming prosperity; with the ingratiatingly
fantastic melody of the atmosphere; blending
handsomely with every ingredient of your crimson
blood,
One day you will catapult to the absolute epitome of
scintillating stardom; with even the most
infinitesimal of your wish; immortalizing with the
heavens divine,
One day you will irrefutably achieve all what you were
harmoniously striving for; celestially diffusing the
spirit of compassionate brotherhood; in every nook and
cranny of the gigantic Universe; alike,
One day you will forget all your lambasting miseries
and tantalizingly smile; exploring an enthralling
township of beauty; on every step that you
transgressed,
One day you will find all vibrantly tingling goodness
of this planet bountifully blessed in your
outstretched lap; with the whispers of ravishing
enchantment; immaculately enlightening your every
night,
One day you will unequivocally march only on the path
of priceless truth; wholesomely abdicating forever and
ever and ever; the web of tyrannically disparaging
lies,
One day you will triumphantly emerge from the
graveyards of despairing gloom; perpetually inundate
even the most inconspicuous speck on this earth; with
unfathomably benign happiness,
One day you will transform the gory complexion of this
planet; bring back a resplendent smile on the lips of
the all those uncouthly divested; by the grace of
Almighty God,
One day you will stupendously fantasize only about
unshakable solidarity; holistically embark upon an
unflinching mission to impregnably unite all caste;
creed; tribe and color; in the threads of unassailable
humanity,
One day you will find the most beautifully affable
mate of your life; who altruistically stood by your
impoverished side; even as diabolical hell
indefatigably rained from the sky outside,
One day you will fulminate into a cloud of torrential
jubilation; wonderfully titillate every iota of this
despicably famished earth; with the majestic sweetness
of your creation,
One day you will insatiably dance in the aisles of
unprecedented desire; gyrate to the tunes of unending
harmony; even as the most stringently sweltering rays
of the Sun; ferociously charred everything to spurious
dust,
One day you will inhale the most sensuously
rejuvenating scents of the atmosphere; replenish every
aspect of your penuriously dwindling existence; with
the fathomless freedom of the; boundlessly bestowing
cosmos,
One day you will tranquilly bond with your heavenly
soul; discover even the most diminutive fragment of
your sparkling conscience; to propagate the ubiquitous
essence of simplicity,
One day you will get more than what you could have
ever perceived in the most wildest of your dreams; as
you selflessly diffused the same; to all those
brutally strangulated in the dormitories of
unbelievably merciless agony,
One day you will embrace the winds of timeless
romance; bask in the glory of earth's most wonderfully
symbiotic relationship; for infinite more births yet
to unleash,
One day you will breathe an air so impeccably
sacrosanct and without even the tiniest trace of
adulterated manipulation; that your conscience will
inevitably coalesce with the Omnisciently divine,
One day you will love so immortally with the partner
of your choice; that even the most belligerently
satanic of devils; would become entirely oblivious to
the word called ghastly ' Crime',
And that day was invincibly sure to come in yours and
every benevolent entity's life; so keep optimistically
conceiving and working towards that day; don't lose
hope; don't yet die. 

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014
Edited: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic(s): poetry


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