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ramesh rai

Silver Star - 9,227 Points (13.12.1955 / howrah)

I sketch you


All time I m trying to sketch you
to make a portrait of you
I try to fill the color of life
which color would u like
is not known to me

Color of sanctity is significant to me
which embellish you a fairy queen
Colors of worldly attachment are always perishable
so I must not fill this color in you


I cherish to adore you
to embellish with dews of life
that are fragmentation of
ecstasy, geminate revivification of life

I like to sketch you
on sea-shore of profound creation
which can not be blown up
by a little wave of devastation

Thus, my sketch is not fragile
like the petal of a flower
which is withered with a puff of time

You are my poetry
a gorgeous sketch carved over ages
for submission of a portrait of you

Submitted: Thursday, September 27, 2012

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