Bluish

God Next Door

Part I 

Creator of life,

I indifferently destroy too

I make you float and-

I rush through you;

I am everyone.

From emotional highs

To your blue,

From furrows

Up till the wind that flew;

I am everyplace.

To you son,

I would be tasteless

(Unfortunately) also devoid of odor

As I stride past, breathless.

I am everything

*

Part II

I suffice in arteries,

I power your cardiac batteries.

I am your head’s stability

Also find me deep,

Deep down in masticating-factories.

In rivers and seas,

Find me in Enceladus’ directories.

Sometimes amphibious-

I wander mountains,

At times through the trees.

I am Destin’s native “emerald

Be it the “red” Bondi herald,

Even when “bioluminescent” within Maldives,

I shore up colorless in styles-

Both pretty as well as dishevelled.

*

I am formless

Yet, I am every-color.

***

Still unsure of his prowess? Sprinkle a pinch of metallic sodium over and witness the dance of fury, for he is skilled enough to burn as well.


“May God be with us in bliss and sorrow alike.”

Β©Soumyadeep Mukherjee; February 8, 2017.

Featured art: “Battle of the Sea” by Art Abyss


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33 thoughts on “Bluish

      1. Since I didn’t do pre-search on that bit, it’d probably be safe to term it a (modification of) limerick only. I would be glad if you enlighten me on that part, because one can never know everything. πŸ˜…πŸ˜„

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      2. I’d say that the first part resembles a corrido, ‘d’ happens to be merely an addition to fine tune the first four-four line stanza. I’m unsure of the second part though.

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      3. I got this finally.. yayy! Second part is a 5-line stanza modification to (4-liners) Persian ruba’i which goes by the scheme “aaxa” .. I hope the explanation fits the girth of your query. πŸ˜…

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