A Ceiling Fan (Heart Beats With Nature - Poem By Rini Shibu)

I like the rotation of its lovely wings
Looks as if three beautiful maids
Opaque costume becoming transparent
Thanks for the naught, you naughty blades!
A heart that dances on the beats of nature
Is like a ceiling fan with strong armature.

My good luck! I had desired only one.
My pleasure! Got three naughty dancers!
Thanks for dancing and spreading her hairs
Go ahead I'm in mood of watching bouncers
Dance and disturb what's becoming obstacle
With smile then read my natural oracle!

She will ask, "Why in the holy month of fasting,
Like a ceiling fan you're durable and truly lasting? "

by Akhtar Jawad

Comments (9)

That's a poet for you! ! ! Sees all the possibilities there can be in the rotation of a ceiling fan! ! ! Most people would stop at reciting thankful words for the cooling air that whispers over the occupant of the bed. Well done, Akhtar! ! ! !
Though a Ceiling fan may seem insignificant, the comfort and soothing delight it gives is fully felt when it stops its synchronized dance! Beautifully put
This poem is a gem, Akhtar. Those blades seem to be a metaphor for just how elusive relationships can be. We go around and around, but seldom, perhaps never, meet. Well done.
A fascinating poem. A witty description of a ceiling fan and a brilliant comparison with the heartbeats of a human being. A great piece.10
I like the rotation of its lovely wings Looks as if three beautiful maids Opaque costume becoming transparent Thanks for the naught, you naughty blades! .....a beautiful poem dear sir! (10)
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