A dream. 

As the blossoming flowers I  saw you,

A chalice full of your ardor

Caused a mayhem as I sipped in

My heart turned into your aurum.

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Among the horde of faces

I saw a pearlescent shine

Gave birth to amorphous dreams,

Hoped to see you as mine.

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Birth of quintessential love,

A love spilled over epochs

But remained a quivering morphs,

Unable to take any forms.

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With tapestry of dreams in my hands

Walked under the autumn’s skies

Like a bubble splashing

The reality sparkled over the eyes..

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left with your some memories

Caramelising me,

into your’s un – yearned Endearment

When your back turned towards me.

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Into the sea of my thunders, I swim,

Trying to find some shore,

An island comprising only of me

With no regrets, I build my own dreams.

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Aquib.

Published by AQUIB

the unsung poet..

90 thoughts on “A dream. 

      1. 🙂 thanks. Working/musing lettuce wrap … tamarind chicken with vermicelli rice. The W carries often jarritos tamarind soda and with luck, pulparindo- a tamarind pulp candy that’s salted. Other sauce veg is the Casablanca quote of rounding up the usual suspects: garlic onion etc… leaving me a Mexican way to Chinese essentially fusion cuisine. Thoughts?

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    1. Thanks bro a lot. Just read your latest post, filled with gratitude, you are awesome. Looking forward to your next posts. Keep bringing they are inspiring and full of insights. Thanks for including me it’s all your kindness and humbleness.

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  1. Your last stanza is an excellent finale to a great poem.
    “Into the sea of my thunders, I swim,
    Trying to find some shore,
    An island comprising only of me
    With no regrets, I build my own dreams.”

    Liked by 1 person

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