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Shweta Chaturvedi

Abstract Others

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Shweta Chaturvedi

Abstract Others

Sempiternal Revere

Sempiternal Revere

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When an ordinary person

Falls in love

With every day's ordinary incidents,

Details of a little wild flower,

Sun rising high with different hues,

Birds' chirps and songs.


Softly blowing morning breeze,

Clear reflection of sky in still water,

Fluttering colourful wings of butterfly ,

Water vapour coming from cooker whistle..


Incense sticks' fragrance and fume,

Water drops hanging to the ropes,

Clouds roaming freely in the sky,

Moon peeping out of dark clouds,

Night Sky covered with stars...


Think of that person who falls in love

With all these things

More than anything, beyond everything….


What amount of love

Can that heart carry for his/her beloved….


Love when becomes eternal,

Universe becomes love..


The colour of blood that flows

In the veins of a lover is different,

That can be any ..


Say red, blue, green, orange or purple….

The colour of my blood is perhaps green

Taken from those trees

That grow deep in the woods

And never give up on life..


Or the colour may be serene blue

Drank from the deep ocean

or taken from the wide open sky..


My soul supposed to be

Borrowed from some star..


Sometimes it struggles

to get free ..

Like under the cover of clouds

The hidden moon, tries to shine..


Even I am trying to figure out

Who am I,

What do I belong to..


What are the elements I am made of…


My soul seems to be damp

Like, its been soaked

In some kind of fluid

That cause bleed it

With myriad emotions every time

When some one touches it..


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