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Nectarine tunes



Where's where's the nectarine tunes-
Immortal, immortal so everlasting
The inner eyes, so bright so great
Greeting, greeting, no word to spell>
Are mad, so mad, all mad-
Go away, go away, the moment, moment
The elephant so madly, loving-
The man so loving, loving
The tunes so mesmeric mesmeric
Oh so a marvellous ocean?
Hugging, hugging dreams so,
Virtues, virtues, dead and gone
I am so seen a giantess, giantess
The endless strength of the waves in motion?
Love, so love so great, so great?
Where's where's the hero, oh the age!
Oh not so seen, so seen!
Breeze of coolness, speaking, speaking.
Raining season coming, coming
Desire all oh, delighted, delighted
Greed, so going highly burning
Where's where's the nectraine tunes-
Immortal, immortal so everlasting...
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Submitted on March 01, 2017

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I am born and brought up in Kerala state, in India. In Kerala, Thrissur city is my native place and now I am residing at Kadavoor village in Ernakulam district.I am a senior lawyer at The High Court of Kerala. Literary talents all dwelt in my blood from my very birth itself. From, while studying in the primary classes, I wrote stories, dramas and poems in Malayalam.While studying in high school classes I wrote stories and poems in English. Then it grew in me as an endless blessing craze. I do write in English as well. I do write stories, novels, dramas and verses. I have written more than twenty thousand poems in Malayalam, about twenty novels and more plays.In English, now I have completed more than seven hundred poems. I think, very soon that it will grow to at least a five thousand. I am so much pleased and thankful to those nice friends who go through my poems all over the world and shower the rain of horripilate congratulations. Yours,William John(Email: adv.williamjohn@gmail.com)blog: http://leopardmom1.blogspot.in/facebook fan page : http://www.facebook.com/PoetWilliamJohn?ref=ts more…

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