To Melancholy- Written On An intensely agitated Day

O 'melancholy, hectic chill for human's soul,
Herewith dismal presence any spirit does descent
Unto dreams of tranquil,restful, yet in gloom-ful
Moist,and sometimes of aweful views we went.

Enigmatic woven waves are those deary curls,
Which traverse with each mystery loom us,we bent,
Where life is low fram'd and fled amid wild the whirls,
And the dull'd eyes meet with a strange weary haunt.

Oft When Somber shadows veil the human laughter,
And Lowly made depression its doom above us sink,
From agonal mind with grief that drive's and batter
mark'd by the sails of lonely hours that steep to think

Aye,diseased and fright our being; longing for an ease
Joy with last flash seen,while it floats and fades to ill,
For ne'er cured from the shaft that ruin,yet did we pause
Midst yearning for love,a feathery bird to shrill.

Here weak, fainte'd ,mourn like an unholy mad spirit,
Behalf the life's unique loss that binds with many more,
The mind that fret's with its tomb,bleakly dispirit
Laments the world, it's fate when decayed future's bare

Nithin Purple

Nithin Purple's picture

Nithin Purple is an Indian born post -diplomate, writer, poet and draughtsman, born and raised in, Kerala, is a man of hybrid curiosity with audacious dreams, Who like to tune his own fancied lute through the golden steps of literature and his evergreen fine artistic whim, which took a course in him to nurture his literary skills. He gives importance to cultural studies and science and astrology. A freak who runs back to revolving time, an antique fanatic who have nostalgic dreams to apply in poetry, prose or any sort of creative work. A graphic mind in him helps to force his boundless language that circles a passionate tinge to diffuse his, Career, He likes aggressiveness to keep his visionary ideas by freedom to think and work. He like to travel and experiment his eager thoughts where he is strongly fond of nature and all the, Forms of it.Literature is his keen strength and his sufferings..

Last updated September 10, 2013