Shila Sinha


On the beach


I remember the deserted beach

Still. so fresh so. green in my memory,

Going. along the left or the right,

Meeting sometimes the golden angel faces

Or some octogenarian couple walking. slothfully

Hand in hand reminiscing their past old days

Spending their leisure with lot of peace

As if nobody wants to depart the place

Neither do I.

What heavenly bliss, the ups and downs of the tides

The cold breeze softly touches the red scurf

Engulfing the celestial beauty of nature

That freshens me up removing all the hurt

Everlasting enigma remains in

As the tides flow incessantly.

I still remember the deserted beach

So fresh so green in my memory.

Submitted: Sunday, July 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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I feel that poetry is an art that reflects our emotion, as art is a combination of beauty and truth similarly poetry also brings out the truest emotion of our life.this poem emotes my pleasant feeling during the visit of washingtonlake of Seattle, still fresh in my memory.

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