Poems by Deeksha

The world so beautiful

a poem by Deeksha

The world so beautiful, the world so fine,
The world so up high in the sky.
The blushing stars twinkle in my eye,
The naughty meteors fly far in the night.
the streaks of light like the heaven’s might,
burn and glow like the charming bride.
The milkyway expanding spreads far and wide,
ending the gloom and pouring the light.
the mars shining in its glory of red,
coming down escaping in the shed.
the warrior orion with its prominent belt,
stands with bliss, the droll it appends.
The amatory moon in its albino style,
In the midst of mist and clouds it lie.
The gallanting seven tease in ease,
Join in hands and explore the pole star mystique.
The world so beautiful the world so fine
The world of chime, eulogy and dime.

The Leviathan Sleep

a poem by Deeksha

In my world I lie alone
defaced, depraved and detoned.
The gloomy night with the endless plight,
the one within cries to see a strike of light.
I howl! I screech! Like a ghost in his pride,
on me my hopes my dreams deride.
The soul within is rendered defunct,
a voice within trembles my anxiety grows rampant.
In my liaison with lethargy and decay,
my spirit dies, the price I pay.
My glowering spirit burns like the fierce fire,
ending my joy, my play, my last desire.
In the shadow of sorrow, my black heart sobs on,
for there is no one in this world, I lie alone.