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  33.     

Today

Today is the day I put yesterday out of my mind
Today is the day I take back my heart and soul
Today is the day I put thoughts of you away
Today is the day you’ll become a distant memory to me, I will no longer long to feel your touch or to be kissed by you
Today is the day I stop wondering how you are doing, if you are happy and how I can make you give that smile that makes my heart skip a beat
Today is the day I take back my life

Today is the day I can say boldly and proudly you are no longer the center of my universe for
Today I’m Over You.
 
Kereema McDonald

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  34.     

I Saw My Love

Today, I saw my love, love of my eternity, one I need to hold.
Today, I saw my love, love of my being, one I need to embrace.
Today, I saw my love, love of my soul, one I need to bind.
Today, I saw my love, love of my love, one I need to build.
Today, I saw my love, love of my Father, one I need to ardor.
Today, I saw my love, love of my thought, one I need to know.
Today, I saw my love, love of my life, one I need to marry.
Today, I saw my love, love of my universe, one who knows we are one.
 
Mike Choe

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  35.     

Today's The Day

Today' the day when I'd felt the most exuberant; galloping unfettered to the ultimate epitomes of success in my diminutively beleaguered life,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most uninhibitedly liberated; floating on the surreally tantalizing belly of cloud nine; for times immemorial,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most impregnably sacred; commensurately coalescing each fragment of my visage and soul with the spirit of the Omnipotent
divine,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most unceasingly fearless; unflinchingly ready to face the mightiest of vindictively satanic maelstroms bare-chested,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most vivaciously resplendent; unrelentingly dancing in the heavens of eternal seduction; without the tiniest trace of treacherous manipulative malice,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most brilliantly eclectic; when everything that I even nimbly caressed; metamorphosing into triumphantly celestial gold,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most unconquerably towering; inimitably looming above every other organism on the trajectory of this fathomlessly unending Universe,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most magnanimously benign; altruistically donating even the last iota of my opulence to whomsoever who inhabited my doorstep; without the slightest of whine,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most exotically sensuous; with every follicle of my skin bathing in currents of unlimited rhapsody; even as the Sun overhead unsparingly blazed to its unprecedented capacity,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most devoutly resolved; coining a whole new chapter of my impoverished existence; for an infinite more births of mine,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most unequivocally egalitarian; ubiquitously embracing every caste; creed; color and race; for them being a symbiotically
quintessential element of living kind,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most tirelessly victorious; even though I'd preposterously staggered in virtually every other aspect of my life,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most magically sensitive; dissipating into a billion bits of untamed beauty; at even the most evanescent trickle of dawn light,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most blessedly harmonious; existing in perfect synergy with my wonderful environment; wholesomely irrespective of my form or finance,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most supremely passionate; igniting unassailably glorious and golden fires even in frigidly blackened streams of stagnating water,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most mellifluously romantic; timelessly humming the tunes of eternally fructifying friendship; even as hedonistically pugnacious battlefields had enshrouded every cranny of mother earth,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most enchantingly placated; as if every speck of my blood and bone could holistically exist without a morsel of food; for centuries unfathomable,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most impeccably pristine; like a new-born child having just evolved out of the womb of my godly mother; and ready to explore the Creator's unhindered Universe afresh; and full of insuperable virility,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most vividly nubile; fervently awaiting like the freshly embellished bride; to be kissed and discovered till even beyond where the
horizons stretched,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most optimally useful; expending every iota of energy entrapped in my demeanor to the service of horrendously besmirched
humanity,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most jubilantly charismatic; radiating an unshakable magnetic aura; which drew even the most diminutive bit of peerless righteousness towards my swirl,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most marvelously humane; gorgeously collapsing to the desires of my mind; body and soul; into an inexhaustible ocean of unbreakable camaraderie,

Today's the day when I'd felt the most astoundingly procreating; proliferating into an unbelievable shades of panoramically unrestricted mischief; spawning varied civilizations of colorful unity; with my very own blood,

And I still profoundly remember that Today's the day when we'd first met several years ago; Today's the day when each beat of our hearts made and meant for each
other had immortally bonded together; Today's the day when we'd stared into each other's eyes as if there was no other earth; paradise and hell that had ever existed; O! Yes; Today's the day when we'd first fallen in perpetual love.
 
Nikhil Parekh

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Find Me A Girl?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your amazingly bohemian behavior; without the tiniest of slang or ostentation adorning your nakedly rustic demeanor?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your vivaciously uninhibited spontaneity; without the most infinitesimal of shrewdness or malice tarnishing your soul?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your timidly plaintive personality; without the most minuscule of brawn or dominance brilliantly shouldering your personality?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for the scent of your righteously hard earned sweat; without the most inane trace of contemporary
machismo radiating from your countenance?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your unabashedly
mischievous and uncut nails; without the most insipid tinge of suaveness beautifying your shadow?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your vivaciously unpretentious laughter; without the most oblivious insinuation of
restraint engulfing your form?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your state of glaring nothingness; without the most infidel presence of the currency note in entire of your destined existence?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your open-heartedness-your devoting your entire life to humanity instead of praising her; without the most obfuscated tinge of manipulation in your stride?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your wholesome renunciation of desire; without the most evanescent inferno of longing running through your intricate veins?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your everlasting evolution of an infinite poetic forms; without the most ethereal ingredient of profit enshrouding your destiny lines?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your maniacal
faithfulness; without the most transient shades of partying; merry-making
and socializing; circumscribing your existence?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your spirit of tirelessly unflinching patriotism; without the most ephemeral innuendo of homeliness surrounding your silhouette?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your untamed footprints; without the most feckless imagery of pragmatic worldly direction evoking your brain?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for the immortal love throbbing in your heart; without the most orphaned trace of religion; nationality; caste; creed; ever associated with your persona?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your insatiably uncurbed fantasies; without the most fugitive beam of earthly saneness; enveloping your identity?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your honestly unrestricted tears; without the most invisible trace of contemporary sun-glasses stylishly sequestering your eyes?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for the pricelessly insuperable humanity in your blood; without the most disappearing ounce of racially discriminating commercialism fortifying your bones?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your inimitably unique and profound personality; without the most evaporating iota of spell-binding magic descending down your spine?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your pristinely untainted breath; without the most vanishing firmament of state-of-the-art perfume wafting from the pores of your skin?

Find me a girl in today's world; who loves you solely for your perennially compassionate heartbeats; without the most threadbare whiff of stardom and cynosure revolving round your palms?

And if you did in some impossible way or the other succeed in finding such a
girl; then first and foremost prove it to me that she was actually an ordinary human being like everyone of us on this gigantic planet; and not the Omniscient Lord in disguise?
 
Nikhil Parekh

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