Sunday, December 14, 2008

Moonie

At each sunset gold,
When the day grows old
Into imbecile second childhood,
Warmth returned with the moon cold.

In the twilight hues of love,
In dusky remembrance of loved ones,
The outing was perfect cast,
Star diamonds adorned the lass.

Like a dream fairy she(night) sang,
Mellow voicings of love pangs.
Rekindle the magic, moved the wand.
Blessed she a diamond(star) from her casket.

For the countless others,
Who prepare to mislay without a romantic din,
She stripped her diamonds onto dew-eye drops,
As morning outdid the soothe caress.

She staggered again
Bathing in love aura, moonlit,
To preach the only thing
That matters anymore-
LOVE

P.S I guess a lot of posts are pending. Brief time off is working wonders for me- The travel, the time with family, its all so heavenly. Home food! I would be back to each of you sooner than you anticipate :) Lets bask in this brief hiatus :)

11 comments:

Malavika said...

it's so pure,that all I'll say is
* gasp *

Nivedita said...

nice one :)
thanks for your words on my blog..

Mahita said...

Wow... sure a lil time off did some good afterall ;)...

"She stripped her diamonds onto dew-eye drops,
As morning outdid the soothe caress."

Absolutely lovely...

Marvin said...

i do not why, but for some reason, i never begin to understand the poems that other people write. until and unless the context and the feelings are explained by the author him(her)self. sometimes, and very few times mind you, the poem might resonate because of the familiarity with the context in your own life. have you felt that way, ever?

Prabhu Dutta Das said...

As thy Marvin condescend to comment, I think it would be unfair of me not to acknowledge.

There are some poems which escapes us without the spoiler. But then, most of the poems sinks in given the thought of it. When the parallels are too striking, it is bound to resonate :P. So very reminds me of Vendor Of Dreams.

Baishali said...

after eating 2 pills of tylenol the only thing i can say is the poem is mesmerizing ..magical..nice work anyways dnt have to mention nice u r always good

Usha Pisharody said...

Finally got here :)

For the countless others,
Who prepare to mislay without a romantic din,
She stripped her diamonds onto dew-eye drops,
As morning outdid the soothe caress.

Loved these lines... :) And well, you are excused, for this is such beautiful and entirely delightful poetry!

Usha Pisharody said...

Here is something for you, Prabhu. Do pick it up :)

Anindita said...

Pretty and a feel good thing! :)

oo7 said...

""She stripped her diamonds onto dew-eye drops,""

that's what they call expression.

Mads said...

nice one there..well written...