How About Immortal Love?

Reads: 49  | Likes: 1  | Shelves: 0  | Comments: 1

More Details
Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: April 25, 2018

A A A | A A A

Submitted: April 25, 2018

A A A

A A A


For those of you who thought that there was no greater light on this Universe; than the ferociously flaming light; of the blisteringly flamboyant; afternoon Sun,

For those of you who  thought that there was no greater power on this Universe; than the power of unfathomable treasuries of; majestically glittering gold and silver,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater color on this Universe; than the astoundingly vivacious color; of the vividly shimmering rainbow,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater force on this Universe; than the tumultuously incomprehensible force; of the brazenly intrepid tornado,

How about immortal love; whose Omnipotent aura miraculously healed the wounds of all despicably shivering alike; whose essence of celestial equality; made even the Greatest of God's in the cosmos; salute it in for times immemorial?

1.

For those you who thought that there was no greater height; than the unsurpassably unconquerable height of the mountain; handsomely kissing the clouds,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater compassion; than the overwhelmingly poignant compassion; of caring only for your near and dear,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater heat on this Universe; than the insurmountably overpowering heat fulminating in your persona; to ecstatically march towards the corridors of untamed triumph,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater beauty on this Universe; than the ravishingly silken beauty of your nubile maiden; who danced to every
tune of your heart,

How about immortal love; whose Omnipresent fortress of mankind embraced all those miserably orphaned in its poignant belly; whose fragrance of invincible truth
made even the greatest of God's in the cosmos; humbly bow to it for countless more births yet to come?

2.

For those of you who thought that there was no greater comfort on this Universe; than the unprecedented winds of comfort; in the seductively tantalizing lap of your
Mercedes,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater voice on this Universe; than the melodiously enchanting voice; of the everlasting nightingale,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater rejuvenation on this Universe; than the rejuvenation imparted by the; voluptuously undulating and frosty
beach waves,
For those of you who thought that there was no greater softness on this Universe; than the impeccable tufts of soft cotton; sprouting with puristic harmony in the fathomlessly sprawling fields,

How about immortal love; whose impregnable blanket of perpetual solidarity united the entire living race into the most formidable power alive; whose essence of timelessly uninhibited sharing made even the greatest of God's in the cosmos; worship it for boundless more centuries yet to come?

3.

For those of you who thought that there was no greater freedom on this Universe; than wandering with free equanimity; at the crack of ethereal dawn; and even after the advancing sinister midnight; rhapsodically alike,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater religion on this Universe; than the irrefutably sacred religion which you intrinsically belonged to; the religion which you uttered from your very first cry,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater smell on this Universe; than the supremely stupendous and vibrantly ingratiating smell of the scarlet rose,

For those of you who thought that there was no greater knowledge on this Universe; than the astronomically endless knowledge assimilated in unbelievable proportions; within the dormitories of your tiny brain,

How about immortal love; whose Omniscient form brought a charismatic festoon of magical smiles to even the most disastrously deadly of corpse; whose essence of
divinely yearning and righteousness; made even the greatest of God's in the cosmos; crown it as the most unconquerable blessing to lead vibrant life?


© Copyright 2018 Nikhil Parekh. All rights reserved.

Add Your Comments:

Comments