A Timeless Tryst

Timeless Tryst

timeless tryst

A cuckoo gazed upon a timeless tryst

From a crystalline mirror,

And caught a glimpse of ebullient lovers,

When a Golden Light sprawled

Across the placid waters,

Cascading from the lake;

 

Whence day and night met tenderly,

Whence the Sun and Moon cuddled enormously,

Whence the Sky and Earth kissed amorously;

Such was the yearning –

A true love… an Eternal love…

 

Magnanimously, rain dribbled down

In the parched Souls,

Though it calmed the storms

And quenched their thirst;

Healing their ache,

Yet the pulsation ensued in hearts.

 

The stars came down, treading on Earth,

The grounds metamorphosed

Into the velvety skies,

Spreading plenteous jewels, pearls and sapphires;

Ah! What ethereal beauty

Shimmered on the delicate dew!

 

The Moon refused to go back to abode

And opted to fetch glory

For the lovers in love;

And whilst they dived deep,

Deep into each other’s eyes,

Time just froze,

And that very moment

Became their Life;

 

“Thou beest mine, thou wast mine, thou wilt mine,” he said,

And fragrance filled the air,

Melodies resonated in the cordillera,

As the lovers sensed each other’s presence,

Flowers blossomed as they blushed,

And with the radiance of their evergreen love,

The ambience became evocative.

 

~ Copyright © Surabhi Kaura 2015

Surabhi Kaura

Surabhi is a Poetess by heart and an aspiring Author. She has done her Bachelors in Paralegal Studies, and is currently taking the post-grad certificate in TESOL at the University of Toronto. Her love for writing poems has been her strength. She is currently working on publishing her first novel.

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Surabhi Kaura

Surabhi is a Poetess by heart and an aspiring Author. She has done her Bachelors in Paralegal Studies, and is currently taking the post-grad certificate in TESOL at the University of Toronto. Her love for writing poems has been her strength. She is currently working on publishing her first novel.

2 thoughts on “A Timeless Tryst

  • February 18, 2017 at 10:01 PM
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    A well penned work with fine work usage and expression. I’d like to read some of your recent work though?

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    • February 18, 2017 at 10:08 PM
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      Thank you, Tony. I will be posting my recent work soon. Much appreciated!

      Reply

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