As this light streams into my shielded existence

To light up these lines and touch my soul.

I’m reminded of all the lights in past

That have done so before.

The light that scorched my skin, as I sipped melting ice.

The fiery orange haze around which we sang.

And the streaks of rainbows moving across our notes

From the scales we held in our hand.

The lazy and tired rays of sun

Finding their way through December mist

to reach multitude of small droopy eyes

And prayer chanting lips.

The mosaic of lights of shops and streetss

Where the light from the mirror revealed your smile.

The light in my eyes your presence brings.

The faint light of dawn that filled up my mind.

I wish to gather all such light

All the tiny relevant drops

Even irrelevant splashes

To string them into one

Incomplete jewel round the neck

With that last piece , last light missing.

I wonder what it would be like.

Would it be like my first forgotten light

Or will it be the light of your eyes,

That will see me off at the edge.

Where all pains and joys vanish.

Where bodies die and memories die.

And love becomes eternal with fading light.


    1. Nayana Nair says:

      thank you
      glad you liked it 🙂

    1. Nayana Nair says:

      Thank you Diana…thanks a lot for choosing my work as friday pick… thank you…it made my day when i read that.. and thank you for the kind words 🙂

      1. My pleasure Nayana, keep on writing! ❤
        Diana xo

  1. Most definitely — Beautiful!

    (Diana sent me! 🙂 )

    1. Nayana Nair says:

      Thanks a lot
      i am literally jumping around with happiness for diana has considered my work worth a mention and your appreciation
      It means a lot to me

  2. winolaluann says:

    It is beautiful….loved this part of the poem,”The lazy and tired rays of sun,finding their way through December mist,to reach multitude of small droopy eyes,and prayer chanting lips.”

    1. Nayana Nair says:

      glad you liked it 🙂

  3. Hari Narayanan says:

    Really Good 🙂

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