Melody

“When reality is more enchanting than daydreaming”

A melody’s born out of melody

Vowels got hovered

as my lips parted apart

And his name came out of my mouth

Like a fluff in my belly

An aura of sprinkled fairy dust

Appeared in air like a mirage

And my heart sang an unknown melody

Yet it has become known to my soul

A long ago like the melody of love

His face shone brightly in the sun

And his piercing voice touched the strings

Of my heart and replayed the reminiscent

Surroundings seemed to glimmer with

Pearly tint and shades formed across the sky

In the motion of time my soul was playing

the unknown notion.

That rekindled my emotions

With a flickering touch of magic along with wavering air

He encircled me and got a hold of me

It felt like galloping into a galaxy of stars

And going deep in the ocean of unfathomable thoughts

Flying over the Milky Way and coming back

to the realm of reality

Like falling into a blissful sleep

Every time I glared into his eyes

Pondered over the sweet bliss

And felt the love my soul has been

Searching for since a long ago

It is a blessing in disguise

Yet a mirage of my mind

Is playing an unknown melody born out of melody

Peeking from the edges

And peeping from whimsical eyes

His soul reflected tender care

And the ancient mystery hidden deep in shell

That encrusted the glitter across ceiling lights

Our feet’s centred each other

Like bloomed roses

Rippled around the curvy edges

Our hearts whispered and soul bonded

Like a glimmer of stars, incarnation and champagne reflecting the darker sky

As it touched the lips and melted inside

Like a kiss flashed in the moonlight

While the melody is born out of melody

5 comments

  1. Chris Franklin · June 29, 2020

    It’s beautifully written, Rudra, the imagery is awesome

    Liked by 1 person

  2. librepaley · June 29, 2020

    Your poem has such lovely and powerful images.

    Liked by 1 person

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