From the counsel rock…1508-2k15
Ah there you! Common hide and bone.
From a counsel rock, stars had shone.
Once there was this time we met.
When just the morning star had set.
Air was fresh, the daybreak bright.
Teeth were sharp and common sight.
Flashed for anger so often smile.
At times a sneer, at times for bile.
We strode off to the jungle foray.
Remembering bits we had to say.
Having romped and raved in the hunt.
Did time and tide the tridents blunt?
We saw the day being kind to some.
Enjoying the high of youthful rum.
Some had done the humble things.
Silent pleasure that nameless brings.
Now we slow, it’s late in the day.
Barely some time to demons slay.
Hair is sparse and the skin like husk.
Wobbly we stand to dip some rusk.
Through fog, mist the years had lent.
The cloudy skies have finally rent.
Have we calmed and seen the light?
Prepped us for an enduring night?
Where there shan’t be ups or downs.
Thence no need for smiles or frowns.
Where every deed and speech we send.
In equal whites where all must bend.
15th Aug, 2015
ahaan very nice and beautiful