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Rajendra padhi


I AM YOUR MIRROR


I AM YOUR MIRROR.....

Mother, I am your mirror of silvery look
Your reflection speaks of me,
Though you grow old speed’st as winter
I grow as the kindling spring,
When I grow as a radiant flower, so bright
You are the colours of my petals
Gaze your image so true you only know.
Still you are my ocean boundless in love
Flowing with my feet wherever I move,
So many oceans you are of godly power
It is an ocean in your eyes
Yet another ocean in your heart
Flooded with rain of love,
Unchanging like the sun
Unveil light of love in every turn,
Smiles are waves on your lips
Though pained like fire on flowers,
Tangle my hair in your soft palm
Like breeze of spring after winter,
You are thoughtful like the bird
Sitting alone in your garden of love
Craft a song in undying words
Reach to us quickly fading our grief,

You are indeed our worlds
Round off to all loveliness we dream,
You are the unforgotten letters
Of all my startling secrets.

Submitted: Sunday, February 02, 2014

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