Tag Archives: DIVINE

Heart of a Harlot

a poem by Divya Nishant Ranote

Nobody understood
Those pathetic eyes
Jibes all the way
Unfolding luscious ties
All were gazing her
With ambiguity
But what I realized
Was that inside beauty
Amidst the metro
Full of lecherous in disguise
Those eyes asked me
For being so nice
And these eyes of mine
Closed for a moment
In respect of the inside shrine
Bringing a smile on her face so divine…

Behind the Misty Dawns

a poem by Williamsji Maveli

Behind the misty dawn of a hillside window,
Sits a great Poetess, scribbling in a shadow,
With a fair and simple of a face, like a boat,
She seems to be like lotus in a blue lake slot,
With its lonely waters edged by moonlight,
Stranded on a sand-bank of a river at twilight,
I looked at her, caring; she seems to be dull,
Her window is not closed, night is full,
She opted, just only her window for freedom;
There the daybreak light meets her kingdom,
Through it, her eyes like, lost stars travel back,
Towards the blue sky by far to open a love pack.

Verse of Love

a poem by Williamsji Maveli

Like the verses of love,
written on the walls
of my inner heart…
you have become
my counterpart,
never, ever you depart

Like the curses of lust,
touched on the shores
of my dwelling resort…
you have become
my counterpart.
never, ever you depart.

Like the dew of dawn,
showered on the petals
of my budding rose…
you have become
my counterpart.
never, ever you depart.

Like the chirping of dove,
heard on the soft skin
of my red cherry lips
you have become
my counterpart.
never, ever you depart.