YOUR FATHOMLESS BEAUTY (Poem)
My feet took me through a forest On a beautiful and quiet evening, When the sun was crimson red And rain was just a powdery shower.
The winds engulfed me happily And caressed me all over while I sauntered. It was then that your fragrance reached me And I looked out to see where you were. The fragrance was unique and like no other Very much like the person you are. And that left me frozen and stunned As I enjoyed the intense intoxication. Then I spotted you dance in the green So gracefully and with such elan. The flowers told me as I passed by That you were the flower they wanted to be. I tried painting your enigmatic image But fumbled each time in judging The depth of your abysmal beauty As each facet of you mesmerised me. A dark bunch of clouds slipped by slowly Over the red and relenting crimson sun. I couldn't bear to keep seeing it As it was like a black patch, on your sweet red lips. Against the backdrop of the mountains, I saw the beauty of your luscious bosom But I wondered whether beyond its beauty, It had the deep love like that of my mother. The raindrops quietly dressed Every corner and inch of your body. Maybe the raindrops will know, How different life is when you are touched. I will keep trying to fathom your beauty As long as I live on this Earth And each graceful sensuous move of you Will inspire me to keep painting you always!