SALINI NAIR

(kottayam)

It moves but never reaches


The scene that may morph the heaven
Fragrance that flows through the slit of the bevel
Someway splits chart of mind
Glitter in the heart of wandering thoughts
Mighty scene that gaze to nature
A way to the force of expectation
Valley of mind flew from moon to sun
Thrust from honesty to solitude
Mystery that joined the divinity to impersonality
Tide that cannot fetch the power
Uncertainty of greediness and its pride
It can never be part of thou
It will break itself to superiority
But cannot be incline to that light
Beauty of the world that continues
It will never be part of it
As madness and greediness are away from thee…
The scene that may morph the heaven
Fragrance that flows through the slit of the bevel
Someway splits chart of mind
Glitter in the heart of wandering thoughts
Mighty scene that gaze to nature
A way to the force of expectation
Valley of mind flew from moon to sun
Thrust from honesty to solitude
Mystery that joined the divinity to impersonality
Tide that cannot fetch the power
Uncertainty of greediness and its pride
It can never be part of thou
It will break itself to superiority
But cannot be incline to that light
Beauty of the world that continues
It will never be part of it
As madness and greediness are away from thee…

©2014 SALINI.S.NAIR. All rights reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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