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Shila Sinha


Impact of paradise


Beautiful dream being in heaven

Came true, though it seems surreal

But it is true

I never thought of been in heaven

But it came true

White blue clouds so near by

As if you can touch it, feel it, and even smell it

Heavenly beauty, celestial elegance

So pure and sublime

Make you feel perfect and unblemished

Cannot turn your eyes for a single moment

The magnetic beauty of white glossy snow

Covered all around , as if

Nature has adorned herself with white attire in a elegant way

White blue sky above acts like a canopy

To shelter her from all impurity

Omnipotent Almighty resides there

With His radiance

No sorrow, no greed, no hatred or cruelty

Only supreme pleasure reigns over there

So pure and so simple

I never thought of being in heaven

But it came true.

Submitted: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 19, 2013

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Heavenly beauty is rare in skyrocket ing building atmosphere. This term is mostly associated with nature. I have perceived this elegant beauty after visiting the mountain rainier.

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