SILENT TEARS

10 Jul

SILENT TEARS

 

She was waiting for the deepest, darkest recess of the night,

Far away from the lustrous, pollyannaish and delusive light,

                                                                   

Just a smile, a touch, even a look, she craved,

Alas only gloomy, dismal sensory modals saved.

                                                                   

Her feelings, flavor and emotions falsely gauged,

Enticing chiliad unction and unguent nay assuaged.

                                                                   

Benevolent nox witnessed her silent, soul wrenching, grievous sob,

Having acutely missed the soothing presence of her heartthrob.

                                                                   

Here her presence was demanded for what rationale, what reason?

In our earthly galactic core filled with malicious and colly treason.

                                                                   

Destiny commanded, she tincture the earthy bosom,

With love combined altogether from the macrocosm.

                                                                   

The daughter from afar, Rigel, leaving the motherland,

Orion, solaced herself to infuse warmth, feeling in all lands.

                                                                   

Aye, she will go back, ere dawn-break,

Many worlds, creations, wait for her sake.

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4 Responses to “SILENT TEARS”

  1. sujeeth July 12, 2010 at 8:44 am #

    gud one

    • The Alchemist July 12, 2010 at 9:02 am #

      Thank you

  2. yuva July 13, 2010 at 10:23 am #

    Whoa! I get the general flow but otherwise I am quite lost here. I need to read this stuff patiently…. But general suggestion is, please dont write like : ” Enticing chiliad unction and unguent nay assuaged.”

    Dude…seriously… My suggestion is pls dont use more than 1 exotic ( for the lack of a better word ) word per sentence. While you might get a lot of creative pleasure by writing like that, it would be lost on the general audience.

    Now, off to find a dictionary… 🙂

  3. Nooruddin Jalal December 29, 2011 at 1:25 am #

    Beautiful thoughts.

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