SALINI NAIR

(kottayam)

It's legendary.......


She is the majesty
The lovely myth of all time
Her deep blue eyes that whisper
In the glee her breath that floats
Her crown is spontaneous
Her hair is shaded and wide

His rays make her the enchantress
Nature the mighty; lead to Thee
Charm that pace to divinity
Life that tattle in her sniff
She is the love of divine
His power that mantle on earth

The rhythm is a conquest
Someway she slither her heaviness
Tornado that articulate at that time
Or she just shakes her parts for sometime
Sometimes she wipe out her tears
Or mourn for so long time


Her loneliness sometimes fumigate
There she blossom some flowers
There in that lovely lawn it spread some aroma
For some time it will be on limelight
It's the mighty creation
That changes the rules of life and be a legend! !

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

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Topic(s): nature


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its a description of nature......... .blue eyes an imagery of ocean, hair for woods, crown for hills, tears for rain...............

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