Oysterbay short poem

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Taking me to OYSTERBAY,
You entertain me every Saturday.
There I saw the enchanting scenes,
Grey sands with dying sunbeams.
Tall poles of blue tube- lights,
Beyond the vast ocean,
Mirrors of water revealing their reflections.
As if a glittering birth night beau is looking into mirror.
His glowing face with perfect styles without an error.
I adore the beauties in Nature,
And praise the Greatest Architect,
And The Matchless Artist Who is our Caretaker.
That seaport reminds me of my motherland,
Where the bridge is surrounded by the bangle-shops,
And fresh scented flowers for wreaths & garlands.
Tall coconut trees on sandy beaches,
Little boys selling popcorns and peaches.
There I’m lost in Nature’s beauty,
I want to recapture those memorizing scenes,
To show you as my duty.
Sometimes I noticed some ethereal creatures,
Tall and strong with Celestial features.
Their rapid paces as if they are in a hurry,
Suddenly disappeared to my shock and worry.
Thanks a lot for appreciating my jewel,
My earnest wishes for you to live in happiness,
In Eternal Garden of Paradise you dwell.

Lines written in Dar-es-Salaam,Tanzania,East-Africa.

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I am a graduate in psychology from Aligarh Muslim university Aligarh.I got my early education from Lucknow and Faizabad.I started writing poetries from the age of seventeen.i've written1000 poems in English and Urdu.still scribbling more poems.
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Savi Mani

lovely poem in love with nature, in love with Gods creation, remembering ….motherland…..with the ache in the heart……liked your poem…….lovely

ammu sachariah

Beautiful poem .Beauty of nature and your feelings towards its creator is well portrayed here.

Swathi Rao

Your words have compelling melody, in this poem!