Tranquil Rivershore

Tranquil Rivershore short poem

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Sitting on rocks, by river side,
I envision your face, am tempted more,
With scraps that flow, on sheet of river,
I feel as am floating, and I endeavour,
To quench your voice, and feel your heart,
Looking to eternity, and floating apart,
The birds they fly and leave the nest,
And sun too dawns, and leaves the rest,
Lest I fall, from rocks in shore,
As waves they splatter, and fell ignored,
The shrubs they bloom, some purple flower,
And lips like your, spread some power,
As the tides grow, I feel afraid,
And the bubbles swell up, from river’s shade,
Of breath of the air, flowing from it,
In river my love, my preciousness lit,
Like souls that traverse, nimble as sport,
The air looked foggy, with white coat,
And patrolling the air, the distance blew,
Moulding you as me, and me as you..

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Pooja Srivastava

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I'm a poet, novel writer and editor in chief of the upcoming magazine Al Da Beatz. Writing and photography have been my ever-long passion.
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Ah! Sitting by a calm riverside on a thoughtful day…Loved it:)