My Aphrodite

In your face, I can feel the presence of God,
Lighting up the dark alleys with a heavenly smile so broad.
Even the black and white becomes colorful, with your touch.
To honour your spirit the alphabets aren’t much.
The zeal you possess and the grit that you attire,
Complemented by the unmatched beauty that everyone desire.
Under the hood of poise resides a tender heart,
Seeking the world to fathom its true serene part.
For the roses will wilt and the leaves will wither,
But thy beauty will be intact as the heavens never smither.

πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

Feelings are so strong that they can make a simple person appear like a God. In all their actions and in all their appearances, one can only experience the presence of God. It makes us realise the sheer and unlimited devotion and love we have in this limited space occupied by our body. That is when we realise that we are beyond this physical form.

96 thoughts on “My Aphrodite

  1. Now, this is something heavenly. ❀ we are all beyond our physical form. I loved the poetry as well as the thought you put up. πŸ™‚ Lovely one Parth. Glad to see you back here πŸ™‚

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      1. They say that there are two kinds of writers: introverted writers and extroverts. Extroverted writers are those who love to explore and experience things out there in the world. That is how they create stories, they get it from the memories and experiences they gain. Ernest Hemingway is one of the best examples.

        On the other end of he spectrum, are the introverted writers. Most of them have their own interpretation of the world and the things happening around. I love reading stories from introverted writers because they offer a different perspective about life.

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      2. Hahahaa!! Such a polite way to say that I am an introverted writer πŸ™ŠπŸ™ˆ as a matter of fact, I am!πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ€“ And I am really glad I could offer you my perspective. But I would definitely love to broaden my horizon one day. And contribute even more and better 🀞🀞 πŸ€—

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