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February 24, 2010

Me Verses You…

Gaze pressed against frozen window pane
And humming some long forgotten tune
Spawning corn fields 
Of thin air
That slowly turn golden
Of your warm memories.
Reminded of a familiar scent
Taking places
Glimmering our happy faces.

Snowed for years
But a spread of sun over it
And pellucid cascade
Bathed in own soul.

Gush pristine
Of a quill possessed
Overwhelmed
Words few
Is me verses you…

11 comments:

ANWESA said...

I can say I've been reading you since the inception of this blog and I must say there is something magnetic about your verses. This post was particularly intense. I again felt the pangs of yearning.

Good effort !

TULSYAN said...

its nt me v/s u, rather me w/ u....:)

Chandrika Shubham said...

Cute poem. :)

Tulika said...

@ Tulsyan:

Me "Verses" you.
And NOT me Versus(v/s) you.
Feel the difference. :)

ABHISHEK SiM said...

loved the smooth transition between scenes. very romantic.

and i like the title: "Me verses you.."

There was something spiritual about the lines... like Meera and Krishna..

Is a blessing/delight to read you :)

p.s.: touch-wood

TULSYAN said...

opss...sorry to make the mistake...then as i meant, the title and the poem and the poet, all are apt and best...:)

anubhavb said...

The words paint a beautiful cascade of images...

Really like the imagery and the interesting word-play in the title.

Another great creation
- take a bow ma'am. :)

Saras said...

Excellent writing. Well done Tulika.

EKLAVYA said...

Me & You suited best with ur poem..
so sweet phrasing..which has a display of sensuality and spritualism..

Thousif Raza said...

no words tuku... no words... they are absolutely beautiful... love em... :)


take care and keep writing............

Tulika said...

@ Anwesa di:

True. You have been encouraging me throughout. I can't thank u enough for all the "warmth" I got from you.
Thanks.

@ Tulsyan:
:)

@ Chandrika:
Thanks.

@ Sim:

:O
Meera and Krishna !!
Beautiful. Divine.

I love the way you perceive things.
It's my pleasure to be read by you.
Yes, touch wood.

@ Anubhav:
Ohh.. thank you.. thank you.
Elated. :)

@ Saras:

Thank you sir.

@ Eklavya:
Thank you. I'm glad you used the term spiritualism.

@ Thousif:
Thank you. I'm glad u liked it.
:)