As the moonbeams waver

As the moonbeams waver

As the moonbeams waver

As the moonbeams softly waver

on the tranquil waters of our love’s lake,

illuminating the shiny pebbles at the bottom

we have cast into it in the past,

each ripple they made, a nuance of our love,

which yearns once again to be taken in our cupped hands.

 

Let me spread before you a tapestry

woven with my unsaid words of admiration,

for you to feel and fathom the length

of  these pure threads of my love and trust,

as we continue to play alternating roles in life’s script

of being the guiding light and faithful shadow.

 

Why should I fear those threatening dark clouds;

when i have the warmth of your love as a shield

for I know its bright and unwavering flame

will transcend trials by all storms

as we transiently abandon time and reason at bay,

our cares flung to the all receiving breeze.

 

What are we now, but two mere specks

so hopelessly drifting from solid ground,

seeking to settle down on love’s cozy nest

and glide through the pores of infinity’s sieves,

as we watch our blurry reflections overlap in turquoise waters

when we reach the closest of being hailed as one.

 

©2016 Anjana Vipin E

Anjana

I am a postgraduate in the field of biotechnology. I always had a profound appreciation for all forms of creative writing and I have been writing poetry in writers network for two years. At present, I am residing in Rutherford, New Jersey. Thank you so much for visiting my page and I would be delighted to have your valuable feedback.

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Anjana

I am a postgraduate in the field of biotechnology. I always had a profound appreciation for all forms of creative writing and I have been writing poetry in writers network for two years. At present, I am residing in Rutherford, New Jersey. Thank you so much for visiting my page and I would be delighted to have your valuable feedback.

10 thoughts on “As the moonbeams waver

  • December 30, 2016 at 2:54 PM
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    Such a beautiful, romantic verse, Anjana. It is well penned with lovely phrasing and so enjoyable to read.
    Great work.

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  • December 30, 2016 at 3:47 PM
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    Thank you so much Phyllis..So glad that you liked this and I appreciate your kind words..

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  • December 30, 2016 at 6:50 PM
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    Lovely work Anjana, with such unique phrasing and imagery, a soft easy flow and a heartwarming message of love’s bliss and its trans-formative power in life. Excellent verse. Kudos

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  • December 30, 2016 at 7:13 PM
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    Thank you so much Tony..always grateful for your gift of time in reading my works and your kind words of encouragement..

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  • December 31, 2016 at 12:32 AM
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    Great work Anjana. Great imagery in this heartfelt piece. I do love the yin and yang examples in this piece as well. So well written my friend. ~Paul

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  • December 31, 2016 at 7:06 AM
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    Thank you my dear friend Paul..So pleased that you liked this effort..I truly appreciate your kind words..Wishing you and your family a wonderful 2017 filled with lots of joy..

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  • January 2, 2017 at 2:31 AM
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    How much beautiful are Your words, how much they touch the in depth emotions of love and caress the core of our yearning being for our loved ones, the gorgeous paint Your draw softly about the merging into one, then this wedded love to bond with the universe, just a proof how true, faithful, spiritual yet real this love is.
    I love it, love it dearly like all Your love poems, lovely Anjana*

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  • January 2, 2017 at 9:27 AM
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    So happy you read this my dear friend Gh..How kind of you to leave such a lovely comment for me..Delighted to know that you liked this effort and always grateful for your support..

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  • January 3, 2017 at 3:33 PM
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    Thank you so much dear Rasma..always delighted to see you on my pages and i so appreciate your kind words..

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