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ultramarine unfathomable sky, with a hue of gorgeous crimson from the east,
sometimes just hint of a dazzling mystifying dot,
a red dot on the forehead of an enchanting woman from the orient,
then it grows larger and larger, enveloping the ruby-red horizon,
a few white pristine clouds floating carefree,
bringing tangerine dreams from the yonder hills
our omnipotent creator has announced his grand arrival, but hasn't arrived yet.
moment of realization -
the world wouldn’t be same without me, and without you.
some days, it's still unilluminated and unusually mysterious,
awed, I gaze at the neon canvas from my bed,
stars still blinking,
dark sky studded with millions of them glistening,
each one has a poignant story to tell,
very strangely a full moon, round and silvery,
refuses to disappear,
although her powerful contender is about to rise.
I am mesmerized!
I feel a gush of lavender emotions run through my veins,
to describe this indescribable kaleidoscopic sight
in words feels like the most daunting task,
sun at dawn…
the cooing melody of birds serenading me to a forest of lilac dreams,
the soaring symphony of chimes from a temple far away,
humming melody of a stream descending from a mountaintop…
I find a purpose which ignites my saffron imagination
spread its wings and rise to the horizon
July 22, 2021
Copyright © Malabika Ray Choudhury | Year Posted 2021
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