Dark, brown, hazel
by Sunil Shandilya
Thy hairs, I'm keen to sense
For my eyes narrate, ardur's resemblance, a peach
But my soul, finds her to be aquamarine.
I'd dive in thee, shalt you be the sea.
waves reflecting the sun overhead,
You twinkle, a smile, a childish giggle
I'd be the moon, bringing the joyous tide
Your fondness, a nectar
Embellishing my soul
I haven't known thee much, but such mirth?
I see your soul, distant, till i reach close
Thy flame, as it always has been, aquamarine
Thy eyes looking at mine, mine at thee
I won't blink, I swear, be epochs or eternity
Let mine be near thy soul,
iridescent, aurora at the poles
I've known thee, briefly in the past
Now been aqquainted with thy pictures
My heart howls wide open,
To thy love, transcending to lunacy
But this longing, it makes me happy
I dance in my dreams, aloof, alive
When thy pictures come to life
my layered words, encasing my endearment
they plead, see, it unfolds,
Blossoms, as you shine on me.
And if sky be grey, the other day
My love for thee, shalt revive the floret
Shall it blossom before the season? or wait for thee?
Blue be the petals, leaflets be green,
my love, my aquamarine