Vera Sidhwa


Flowers Tumble from Skies


They tumbled down,
And floated around,
These things called flowers.
They did abound.

From the skies they did fall,
Indeed all.
But they fell on me only.
I didn't know why.


I gazed at the sky,
In it's infinity.
It was a vastness of eternity.
A vastness of eternity.
These skies were a,
Vastness of eternity.


My body, my soul and my mind,
All stood transfixed
Never knowing why.
I sighed an infinite sigh.


In the vastness of eternity,
Of the gorgeous sky,
I sighed an infinite sigh.

Submitted: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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