a poem by Satheesan Rangorath, India - poetry writer, author, poet

A song for your arrival

From the awe of darkness,
From infinity, from the roar of silence
I hear galloping of your horse,
The cling clang of the mount,
The chime of bells,
Bray of horse makes me anxious.

I have been waiting in this stillness
For long,
The chill slowly creeping in to my limbs,
Only lights are the flashes of fireflies,
The angels hang around with the magic wand,
My eyes are closed in fear.
All of a sudden, your carriage appears - from nowhere,
Slowly I see your petal feet touch down soft.

Your anklets tinkling
Expresses your beauty,
The earth sighs in relief.
A cosmic-tune tickles down,
Then relieving me you appear in full splendour,
As spring in my mind,
Showering flower petals dipped in the mist
Of your fragrance.
Your embrace carries me away
To the reaches of your infinite magnanimity,
I fade into the subtle softness of your fold,
Merging in to the hue of your love,
I hear a symphony from nature,
The song of your arrival.

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