A Poem by Nereus Matthias

It was the Summer of life
When light tread over my solitude
where life swung underneath shadows of love
As She carried me, like petals over air.

Like Holy bells before dawn
I watched her light, Silent and firm
I listened to her voice and the solemn history
drenched in anonymous vulnerabilities.

For ages she carried me
loving the slumberous dreams of a poet,
perhaps knowing but ignoring all my selfishness
She could only see my heart
The jewels were just a gift from eternity.

For long I couldn't see her inflammable
teachings of my foolishness
Among the momentary occasions of
loving too much and living too little.

I can still feel the strength of your purity'
I see with these thrilled eyes
How life walks barefooted
bearing a smile on the body and a pained soul

She carried me
Till I suffered the vibrations of truth
A painful spoon of Serendipity
Its how the weight of a poet enfeebled her

She carried me
But not for too long....

© 2013 Nereus Matthias

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Added on July 17, 2013
Last Updated on July 17, 2013


Nereus Matthias
Nereus Matthias

New Delhi, Delhi, India

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