Posted by: Shiva Nagri | 9 December, 2009

Sable Crescents

Sable Crescents

Sable Crescents

The scintillating sunset scatters across,

The sable saffron panorama pauses,

The shimmering sable crescents rest under,

The rain sprinkles over

Anteceded by the growling thunder,

The cloud 13 clashes with cloud 9

The suns ejaculate the Prisms of Poignance

Dense and tense

The crescents collapse

It would be rare if anyone got it, ย this poem is about dark circles and tears ๐Ÿ˜‰


  1. nice..
    I didn’t get what do you mean by “The cloud 13 clashes with cloud 9″…as in the context of this with the main body..

  2. Good use of vocabulary!!

  3. never read a poetry like this ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. It read better without imagining the dark circles or tears. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Wow, that was for dark circles?… neat…
    Keeo it coming… ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. a good one i felt…

  7. well written.

  8. superb!!love ur blog!!

  9. nyc vocabulary…and da nicest blog..

  10. Nice poetry man…keep it up..:) Expecting more of this..:)

  11. I need to chk my dictioanary to appriciate it all but written intelligently for sure…

    rhyming well, sounds well and describe the sceneric beauty of rainfall in sunset…need little more of length…or else..brilliant one

  12. its g8 brilliant thinking………which will help to develop their g8 future

  13. Just want to say one word..


    Keep it up!

  14. a very great poem

  15. Interesting concept.

  16. Nicely written……
    Keep Writing

  17. that’s a concrete and noble poetry! liked it..
    keep up the good work..

  18. For a layman like me, It’s always best to ask the Poet “What on earth are you talking about mate”.

    Glad that you had a disclaimer ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. thnx….keep visiting..!!

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