A Poem by Kajal Gulabani

"Here I succumb to your mysticism",
Whispered the divine sky in magnetism.
Swamped with droplets of love,
Her parched bosom bloomed,
O' thou Earth ! So coy and swooned.

"Here I nestle my barren soul in your ribs",
Uttered the mountain to the quiet winds.
Wondrous kiss of a vibrant butterfly,
How it sways the flower with joy ! 

O' The Child of Universe- 'Love', 
What enigma thy touch stirs?
Encompass the holy nature, how doth thou? 
In thy mojo, each atom spurs.

Here I hank after such purity,
In the world of deceit and malice,
Where love is no insanity,
Where love is no fallacy.
Bring it on thy serene magic on each human cell,
O'Holy Love 
Like angels dancing away in dazzle. 

© 2013 Kajal Gulabani

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A beautiful and powerful poem. I like the journey you took me with in the poem. The strong description create good visions and took me to good places. I like the positive ending to the excellent poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago

Your writes always dazzle me, this is like music on the page...was a bit caught off guard by 'mojo'...but it works nonetheless. Lovely read as always Kajal.

Posted 10 Years Ago

very nicely penned. very mind provoking poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago

Interesting write Kajal. Hard to unravel the mix of old English with modern words and phrases like 'mojo' and 'bring it on'. I am sure most people will just see it as integration of timelines in art.

Posted 10 Years Ago

This was wonderful to read.....

Posted 10 Years Ago

Ah Old English, an absolutely lovely way to make a poem.

The cadence and the flow of your piece is incredibly beautiful, the rhyming scheme is as well and your choices of words are well though-out.

Truly enjoyable, a great write.

Posted 10 Years Ago

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6 Reviews
Added on March 5, 2013
Last Updated on March 5, 2013
Tags: Bliss, love, nature, mountain, sky, earth


Kajal Gulabani
Kajal Gulabani

Ahmedabad, Shilaj, India


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