A Silent Love
A Silent Love2 mins 134 2 mins 134
Oh How gently you glisten by,
Pushing the warm reflections aside,
Reflections of the dewful trees,
Sitting on them are birds and bees.
Resplendent flowers singing by,
But alas all this picture is a beautiful lie.
My feet gently drenched in your cold water,
Soothing my inner self in this weather hotter.
These branched trees do shelter us,
From all the stormy rains and sun right from the dawn till the dusk.
I watch you when the droplets fall,
Right from the clouds floating in the sky so tall.
Your clear face breaks into circles round,
Delighting my ears with a fluttering sound.
Just like me, even the kingfishers watch your children deep down in blue,
And in their little beaks, it carries away,
Leaving not a single clue.
Sometimes I see you grow and touch my top-my crest,
And I look with wonder through my eyes of no rest.
Silently you survive moving all day and night,
And I sit there and watch people's happiness, merry and fights.
The moonlight falls on you so frail,
Covering your face with a white delicate veil.
Sparkling your skin so bright,
Looking at that even the stars hideaway in fright.
During the season of fall,
Your face seems so petite and small,
Adoring the beautiful crimson, pink flowers and the leaves from the trees that fall.
Your love is so deep that it makes the birds weep.
It makes them sing the evening song,
Which they have been doing since very, very long.
As in summer when the sun god shows his wrath,
You coolly go down uncovering my body like a steady sloth.
Sacrificing your waters so that I can breathe,
That shows how much your love is deep.
Eternal partners are we for life,
But surprisingly don't share any human relation of husband and wife.
Both of us sit dumb looking at the seasons pass by,
Giving and taking away the lives of the creatures nearby.
You and me and all these dumb trees,
Are watchers of this unusual love,
Holy as the seven waters,
White and clear as a dove.
Oh, how gently you glisten by,
Pushing the warm reflections aside.