October 08, 2014 at 12:19 am
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Love | Romance | Personal
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Angel in a Frame
I wished so long to see an angel.
Where is she in this Universe?
Without seeing her, I am an amoebic solgel.
When I see her, she will be my Poem's verse.
Wow, look at this, I found her within a frame.
Her red dotted dress is like a sweet odour flame.
Her mien and grin are tuning me into a song.
I kept on looking at her; which made me feel like I am smoking an endless bong.
I am not a good listener; to hear her eyes' talking.
I am not a good artiste, to draw the flow of her hair.
I am not a good musician; to tap her hips and compose a tune which will be rocking.
I am not a good writer, to think enough lyrics to elucidate her being there.
One must be blessed to be loved.
I parked my senses near her; she got them towed.
Splendour must not be missed to be photographed.
She is inside my soul; everlastingly autographed.
The river flowed like a rocket in delight; as she was present near its banks.
My face glowed like a full moon; as I too dived in to join its dance.
To rate her perpetual beauty, there is no rank for any kind of ranks.
I wish I can touch her silky cheeks; to create myself a historic chance.
My sensation is far grander than being a mere craving.
She got me in a frenzied state of blabbering and raving.
Her serenity makes her far better than a deity.
She is the definitive existence of sanctity.
Finally she asked me who am I.
I read her this Poem with a kinky shy.
She kissed me in my forehead and vowed to come back soon.
I stood there praying God; to give me that boon.
© Stellar Ram 2014
Last Modified: December 11, 2014 at 06:47 pm
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1. Solgel - A micro-organism which is growing after initial development.
2. Eludicate - Explain
3. Splendor - Beauty
4. Perpetual - Eternal, Everlasting
4. Craving - Uncontrollable Desire
5. Raving - Talking in a delirious, faster state
6. Sanctity - Holiness, Purity
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