A Poem by Coyote Poetry
I read Jack London book today “When God laughs.” It is a amazing book.
I say?-drenched through with holiness as your own air here is with the perfume of flowers.
Well. they married. They played a hand with the gods-”
Their love for each other was a great love. Their granaries were overflowing with plenitude: yet they wanted to keep…
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beautiful words on love
I think of all the gloomy days
I think of all the rainy days
I think of all the sunny days
All got your name
The mood shifter, the merry maker
The funny joker, the serious talker
You are one with many parts
You are the one that has captured my heart…
~ Dakshi ~
Source: Six word Saturday
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I sit upon damask pillows embroidered in gold. The worn threads gleam in the luster of brass diyas. The ghee lit flames gutter, pirouetting into silhouettes against the tapestried walls. Brass platters appear before me: long-grained rice tinged with the fragrance of pandan, thick orbicular chunks of roti, bowls of mint yoghurt, and tamarind chutney. Last of all emerges a tureen filled with lamb cubes bathing in a sauce of sinful spices.
I scoop a palmful of rice onto my plate. I add a steaming roti and some saag. A dollop of raita goes on the side. I ladle the creamy laal maas curry over my rice; its titian hues cascade over the slender ivory kernels. The first swallow is a conjuring trick. The scene shimmers; I close my eyes and when I open them I am a Rajput prince ensconced in my Jaipur palace. A silver orb hangs…
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