Love, Nature, poetry

Those Rubenesque Flutes

In every fissure of those Rubenesque flutes

I blew to my heart’s yearning  deep sighs

 of burlesque passions,


Sync together euphonious hums of those 

unrequited moments, which like whiffs get

infused in elements of thin air,


A melodious tune conceived out of the duskier

crevices of fluted grooves where dwells

hooves of undeclared pains…


Laments of past, of present of coming tomorrow 

ensembled  by porous winds in those 

dark gorges 


Each sigh, every whiff, all breaths harmonized

to escape out of the curvatures of the fabled

 flute of the mighty gods


Those rhythms on whom senile poets pen bleeding

verses,Darvash twirls and kneels on tombs

Tempests rage and coil


Puff every bellow to fan hollow winds in raven

holes of  columned grooves to release

beats born out of sorrows


Grief allows more grief, suffering begets more

suffering, these amorous yearnings will 

Conceive  more longings… 


Translucent vibrations begotten out of the pits

of grief and solitude resting since decades

in those Rubenesque flutes…







31 thoughts on “Those Rubenesque Flutes”

  1. Tanya, my dear, such a beautiful and meaningful write. So much in here I do not even know where to begin. You bring everything together so well: ” Those rhythms on whom senile poets pen bleeding verses… Laments of past, of present of coming tomorrow …grief and solitude resting since decades/in those Rubenesque flutes…” Gorgeously done!

    1. Thanks my dear, I am so very glad that you liked it. I hVe always been facinated by flute and want to learn it someday. So poetic they appear, and if we can put sorrow with wind, the effect would be amazing don’t you think??

    1. Thanks a lot my friend, I am humbled by your kind remarks, truly appreciate it! I am really glad you liked it!

    1. Thanks very much Shantanu for your very kind words, truly appreciate it. I’m glad you liked it!

    1. I am glad my words resonated, and you enjoyed it. Truly I am humbled by your very kind remarks. 🙂

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