A Cascade Of Love
“Fragments and crumbs of life, all the little pieces”
By John Ruskin 1853
All the tiny pieces of life blended together...
When I met you at the amber sunset,
The gossamer light of the melting rays,
Fell on us ...beside the dock, with weathered grey planks,
I remembered everything what we lost!
The fragments, which I was never able to piece together,
The puzzles which would always stay mysterious,
You looked at me. In the shimmering light,
Our eyes met, in the cascade of love.
The world stood still, not a word
Around us, all hushed.
I remembered the soothing raindrops which drizzled us
I remembered the azure floating clouds,
Remembered the sprawled flower-petals with golden hues,
I remembered all -
All that matters in the twilight zone!
August 27, 2020
For All the little Pieces Contest
Sponsor: Constance La France
Copyright © Malabika Ray Choudhury | Year Posted 2020
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