March 26, 2011 at 11:31 am 4 comments

It is all right,
If you can not come to the seaside.
The sun may be scorching,
And the waters could reflect the blinding rays,
Or a storm might brew in the skies.

I will walk naked in the breeze,
Find a sea shell waves left as a present.
Catch an evening orange ray mid flight,
And the ambient roar of tranquil sea,
Perfume with salty smell of winds,
Scribble in ancient tongues of the sea,
Stories frothing waves did tell.

Hence, will bring the sea to you.


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  • 1. Deboshree  |  March 26, 2011 at 11:38 am

    That was amazingly romantic. What could be a better gift than that? But with such a lover in her life, who wouldn’t want to come visit the seaside? 😀
    Lovely poem!

  • 2. strider  |  March 26, 2011 at 1:39 pm

    Thanks Debo 🙂

    Once on a trip to the beach near our native place, my sis who is my usual companion and side kick on most such occasions could not come. That kind of turned me off a bit and led to this muse. The picture here is taken on that day with my mobile. 🙂

    Yes, coming to the seaside is definitely better. This could be a metaphor on people who is not having as much fun in life because they are afraid of the sun. 🙂

  • 3. Sajitha  |  June 3, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    The idea of catching an evening orange ray mid flight is exhilarating !!!

    There is innocence in the first part…. a passionate and lively imagination in the next….

    Beautiful poem and so is the picture….

    • 4. strider  |  June 4, 2011 at 9:29 am

      Thanks Sajitha for the read and the comments. Nice to know you liked it. 🙂

      It is always interesting to know the new perspectives every reader brings to the poem 🙂


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