Below is the poem entitled MIND'S WIDESCREEN which was written by poet
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Framed moments zoom, a night of sweet review
Where parts of life appear on mind’s widescreen
A peachy girl screams out for lollipop
Third birthday flops, escaping from the clown
Yet later on, a fan of circus rides.
On print, feet wade among the giant oaks
Tiptoeing on grass as owl voices tweet
To hush when million diamond stars wink;
The moon, so round, becomes a ritual
Of sky-gazing etched on oil paintings brushed.
Corsage torn, pinned by teenage reveries
Jut out from teenage fingers' girding dance,
A corner made for openings of love.
Now stop and stare; air tickets from the bends
Wayfarer hunting for exotic lands
Alongside photos of family romps;
The old to match the new of many dreams.
Blank traces run along a filmy edge
Sequels of voyages yet to be born
And fresco-like, the blend of spirit-fire.
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