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My petite form hidden masked in my heart’s strengthened blossom,
I take prancing steps flying in new love’s freedom,
chained by affection’s wings:
I claim the sky today:
love has made the whole universe mine.
Beloved I am and the lover too,
the Eternal and the Ephemeral
transcend volatile in my frail form
trailing off lights that illuminate stars
and whisper Maddhava’s form
in my ecstatic ears.
Heart-ache and heart-ease both left behind in the splitting city lights,
I dance in the castles of rain -clouds:.
I have left far behind human cares and human worries:
only the madness of the chirpy wind beats my soul
bringing spining tears to my love – lorn eyes.
In this night’s stillness
amidst twinkling companions of Indra’s heaven:
I smile unabashed at myself:
my heart crying raptures at the unleashed discovery of my own very self.
Isha is a 18 year old student of English Honors in Christ University. An aspiring poetess, a blundering writer and a hopelessly old school romantic, Isha, decidedly in love with English, Maddhava and all things read more...
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