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Nikhil Parekh

Rookie - 488 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

tsunami aftermath- lividly living corpse


Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of unprecedented misery; with the wrath of the inexplicably
crippling
disaster transforming every trace of robust innocence into a mortuary
of
stinking death,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of hapless uncertainty; as boundless number of impeccable heads
stared
in distraught disbelief; for relentless hours towards empty sky,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of morbid blood; from which emanated the stench of pricelessly
inimitable honesty hopelessly blended with the diabolical devil,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of unceasing sadness; in which perpetually floated innumerable
lifeless bones of their enchanting siblings; children and immortal
beloved,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of sadistic ridicule; where even the most eternally fructifying
form
of living kind was rendered to worthlessly lugubrious foam; salt and
soap,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of parasitically ribald lechery; where man brutally asphyxiated
his
counterpart man; in an eventual bid to frenetically survive,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of cannibalistic hatred; from which spawned only the corridors of
devilish hell; diffusing pain; pain and only intolerably inconsolable
pain,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of bizarrely tawdry helplessness; where they were reduced to just
infinitesimal frigid eunuchs; not able to do anything as the wave
gobbled
every trace of their celestial happiness,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of frenzied deliriousness; which apocalyptically shrieked the cry
of
ultimate extinction; the wholesome disappearance of this symbiotic
planet
from the map of this bountifully redolent Universe,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of unceasing remorsefulness; with the coffins of satanic oblivion
ghoulishly transcending every conceivable happening in the atmosphere,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of limitless disbelief; with every stroke of destiny seeming to
treacherously unfurl from the mouth of the venomously slandering devil,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of ominously pulverizing lies; where as if sacrilegiously wanton
abuse
had forever overridden the brilliantly majestic scepter of emollient
truth,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of wastrel nothingness; with every wave that arose;
hedonistically
darting towards the infinite infinity of unfathomable despair,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of endless unemployment; where even the most divinely innocent
source
of life; was indiscriminately weighed on the scales of carnivorous
crime,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of intransigently besmirching trauma; which licentiously gave
birth
to the graveyards of blackness; blackness and only savagely decrepit
blackness,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of emotionlessly penalizing neglect; unforgivably ripping them
apart
from every tangible and intangible aspect and fabric of the civilized
society,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of devastating disorientation; with even the most synergistically
resplendent of smiles metamorphosing into gorily inane waywardness,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of unendingly excruciating torture; with human skin and emotions
being
ruthlessly excoriated apart like the inadvertent shedding of the
lizard's
skin,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of amorphously sinful vindication; as fathomless deplorably
orphaned
took a solemn pledge; never to respect Mother Nature in their lifetimes
again,
Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of ungainly fretfulness; with the horrendously wrinkled eye
dispersing
nothing else but blood; blood and punitively aggrieved blood,




Their countless tears did definitely fill an ocean all right; but it
was an
ocean of unparalleled divestation; with every beat of the heart; breath
and
blood; being transformed forever and ever and ever; as an aftermath of
the
murderous Tsunami; into a lividly living corpse.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: poetry


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