poetry

last verse

Each day is a delusion,
my words and poem a levitating hue of cry.
The modal of life explained in a Polaroid,
i might die writing this last piece,
softly,                like autumn i shall moult,
into a panorama of white skin
hanging loose, pale parchment paper.

a breathless wildflower of atoms falling.
a cold sliver slap of time,
i sense darkness, in a pool of parched lips,
eyes shut, heart shut
limbs shut, mind shut.

and there i am
a wallowing question of an existence,
kneading a rope of knot
Once again, i walk in portions,
an adamant sustenance of life..

21 thoughts on “last verse

  1. “Each day is a delusion,
    my words and poem a levitating hue of cry” woww devika…comparison of crying with levitating is marvelous..I missed this metaphors💜💜💜💜💜💜.”The modal of life explained in a Polaroid,
    i might die writing this last piece,
    softly,                like autumn i shall moult,
    into a panorama of white skin
    hanging loose, pale parchment paper” simple lines..with deep meaning telling the depth of distress panorama of white skin,hanging lose telling that you are tired of all..well done here👏👏👏.”a breathless wildflower of atoms falling.
    a cold sliver slap of time,
    i sense darkness, in a pool of parched lips,
    eyes shut, heart shut
    limbs shut, mind shut” wildflower of atoms..one beautiful kine I adored here👌👌👌👌 ..lovely paragraph depicting how the person is dying slowly…”and there i am
    a wallowing question of an existence,
    kneading a rope of knot
    Once again, i walk in portions,
    an adamant sustenance of life”Woww..wallowing is one beautiful expression,walk in portions of adamant sustenance is another thing..overall I liked this whole paragraph and whole piece…whenever I read your poems I get lot of high and inspiration from the way you write these..keep inspiring us💟💟💟💟💟💟

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