Melt In Sounds

In your smiles
And your sighs
In your stories
Times of glories
All the battles
Struggles and
Sobs
My reflections
Like ink blot

Parts of me
Scattered
And free
Photons
Of essence
Droplets
Form seas

Your
Deep impressions
On my perceptions
Ever changing
Self
Nebulous
formations

All of you
Around
Form a ring
Surround
Enriching
My life
As I melt
In sounds
Nalini

by Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi

Comments (23)

Sweet are her poems Sweeter they are they to recite. Try please
Sir Edmund William Gosse wrote that Emily Jane Brontë was ''so implacable in its slavery to its own principles.'' She liked to develop the form of the poetry. This poem looks like an Irregular, Cowleyan, romantic ode.Remembers me ''Intimations of Immortality'' by William Wordsworth. Both are beautiful, but I like more the Pindaric odes, more exactly the Horatian, Keatsian, or Ronsardian Odes.
This is a masterpiece in its poetic beauty and language.
Time truely parts the hearts and many other things...superb!
She resolved at once to seek her love and give the love freedom to tell itself............timeless piece so elegantly composed with personification and metaphor.........thanks for sharing
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