Child’s Play

Child’s Play

Of His largesse imperial games,

adored spherical aqua ball.

Whirling it excited Him.

Packed with water and sand;

Decorated it green with trees ;

Placed vibrant flowers everywhere;

Multihued fruits ornate trees;

Everywhere green and blue,

made His eyes dull.

Placed dynamic lively dolls;

Puppet shows played everywhere;

Emotional dolls danced according to His wish;

Remotely controlled every progress ;

Active and alert are His moves.

And dear Creator,

in your childs play,

kindly compose my puppet show,

with love and care

making it a grand success.

–Shalini Samuel

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About sweetshalini

Shalini Samuel was born in Kanyakumari, southern tip of India. After completing her schooling from St.Teresa’s MHSS, Kanyakumari, she graduated in Information Technology and took her Master’s in Computer Science from Noorul Islam College of Engineering, Kanyakumari. She has been writing poems from her school days. Her poetic pursuits took a pause during her college years.Writing journey of Shalini Samuel started again as a blogger and slowly crept into Muse India. Holding the branches firmly she ventured into poetry. Her poems got published in International journal Tajmahal review and she also contributed to Inklinks anthology. She is currently editing e-magazine Fragrance and more of her poems will be published in journals in near future. Contemporarily she is venturing into fiction and essays too. She has written few poems in her mother tongue Tamil. Her passions include photography, gardening and cooking. She loves to take challenges and learn from it. She is eager to learn and cherish all nook and corner of writing. Here goes the link to her official Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/shalusamuel

9 thoughts on “Child’s Play

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    ” Child’s Play ” , is a vibrant and engaging poetic narrative dealing with hugely significant philosophical and existential questions in a dispassionate, faux naive style . An outstanding first post and share from our very newest member ! welcome Shalini Samuel to Destiny Poets !

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  2. Shalini Samuel

    Thanks a lot for your valuable review Louis. A newcomer and a young poet, i have to learn more.I will make the best use of this platform to improve myself as well learn from fellow poets.

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  4. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for February 2013 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . Poem of the Month * Landfills – Reena Prasad…..***In the Category of Highly Commended – * Butterfly -Ramesh Anand…*Child’s Play -Shalini Samuel…*Don’t call me free -Ogunjimu James Taiwo…*Don’t let it be seen -Jan Christian Sorensen…*In a strange land -Viji Venkat…*Love’s strong -Jobale Wihnope…*Morning walk -Gopal Lahiri…*Ropes -Mary Annie…*The Culvert and the Tree -Sunil Sharma…*Those silent promises -Sangeeta Suneja…*Valentine’s Day..-Michelle D’Costa…*Vanished reality -Tapeshwar Prasad *** The ICOP Poetry Critic ( Bi-Monthly Award ) for the months January/February 2013 is Lokesh Roy.

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