Nature's Bride

Poem By NAYANIKA DEY

The porcelain empyreal
Blended itself
Like a bride
In the palette of
Amber blush.
It contoured its
Cheek bones of mounts
With liquid onyx,
With ruby mascara
It mascaraed its lashed rays
That curled down
On the waterline of its eyes,
And with the orange veil
It cloaked & hid its
Shy face covering and
Containing the sky.

Comments about Nature's Bride

With ruby mascara It mascaraed it's lashed rays That curled down On the waterline of its eyes, And with the orange veil It cloaked & hid it's Shy face covering and Containing the sky. - - - - - - - - A fine poetic expression describing Nature in a bridal make-up.Shy face covering and containing the sky- -This line I like most.What a poetic imagination contained there ! !
The bride is what? More nature? Or an ethereal porcelain doll in some fantastic natural light? Sometimes I'm so dense. I don't get it.
A wonderful poetic portrait of a demure bride..beautifully written..
On the waterline of its eyes, And with the orange veil It cloaked & hid it's Shy face covering and Containing the sky. Nice poem. Thanks poet. 10
Shy face! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.


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