Dreams of a flower

The flower dreamt over night
Gazing at the stars
The dew inlaid her petals
With diamonds of love
The flower dreamt over night
Gazing at the lonely moon
To pursuit her fragrance
That will persuade her persona
To kiss her lips
The flower dreamt over night
The first ray of the sun
Will make her first kiss
Undrap her with all dews
She will bloom at his first sight
With desire for embracement
Sprinkling her fragrance
To all passers by
She dreamt over night
The beetle will hover on her full
She will smile to see all kids
Playing by her side
She dreamt……………………… ……….
She dreamt……………………… ……
She dreamt……………………… …….
But, Alas!
When the morning star was
The moon was descending his face
The sun was yet to ascend
The prostitutor came and plucked
her off
At her full virginity
Her dreams were broken into
He took her to the whore lane
Where she was valued with few
By an Entrepreneur cosummateerian
and coaxed
To commute her straineous youth
Defeating all implacid coition
The day comes when she looses her
all beauty
Thrown into the dustbin
Now she has no fragrance
To appease the travellers
But bad smells to spread disease
Had she been honoured with due
Had her dreams were not bruised
Her smiles would be making all
To smile and enjoy her fragrance
The pimp made her all
To be broken into fragments.

ramesh rai

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About ramesh rai

Poetry!! ! The Expression of soul. Poetry ! A perpetual stream of sacred consciousness flowing ever and ever beyond planets and stars and even plenty of universe. writing poetry since teen age. Use to write chiefly in three languages viz English, Bengali and Hindi.Retired from government service still have to cover a long journey. Life may come Life may go but a poet goes on for ever.

5 thoughts on “Dreams of a flower

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    ” Dreams of a flower ” , rewards the casual reader with a powerful and moving allegory.Its use of anthropomorphic allusions are reminiscent of the traditional English folk song , ” John Barleycorn must die ” .

  2. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for November 2013 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . **** Poem of the Month..****..is…”On Children’s Day ” by Nalini Srivastava…..In the Category of *** Highly Commended *** ( tabulated alphabetically ) are the following……*”Crackers (2)” by Mary Annie*…*”Debate” by Gopal Lahiri*…*”Deception” by Jan Christian Sorensen*…*”Destiny” by Jeffrey Gonell*…*”Dreams of a flower” by Ramesh Rai…*”Femme Fatale” by Madhumita Ghosh*…*”Intel Might” by Tapeshwar Prasad…*”Life,A Hope and Death” by Rakesh Ramachandran*…*”Nadezhda” by Ampat Koshy*…*”Shining Scar” by Rahul Aithal…*”Simper of a flower” by Shamsher Singh*…*”Soul Interconnections” by Lata Tewari*….


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