Tue, 23 Jul, 2019

Fingerprint Of God

By Arjun Dahal

Your beauty, I must adore Are you a fallen angel? Or you had been from the dawn? Your smile Vandalizes monalisa's! Are you hiding something? I've been summoned in lunacy, By your penetrating eyes, Silent yet bold your words, I find myself caged in your voice. I intend to write, But the words are gone, Hail you! But I can't curse Your calm and gentle look, Holy as a glacier at peak. And your soft hair Is it really silk or just resonating? I wish I had binoculars in my glasses To get your clear vision Are you a fingerprint of god? I can't hold your gravity.   No answers, I have O' Lord Why has she desecrated the nature's laws?


About Author: Arjun Dahal is an undergrad student of Physics at Tri-Chandra Campus(4th year). His keen interests lie in Physics, Mathematics, Music, Literature, and Philosophy. His English works have appeared/forthcoming in Blue Marble Review, Burningword Literary Journal, Yellow Chair Review, and DWIT News. His Nepali Poems have appeared in Kharibot.com:Nepal's Digital Newspaper, Mirmire Online, Motivate News,  Salleri Khabar, Truth Nepal, Himalayan Kangaroo, and Darpan Sansaar.