Mystic Romance

Bohemian Fantasies of Srinivasan

Melancholy strains of a lone Lyre.
Mesmerising music haunting the night
Mysterious notes float on the mountain breeze.
I could hear her Opera song from the miles away
Which is why I fell in love with her celestial world.
My nights have been changed,
drowned in Roses and my breath has become fragrant .
Her anklets always wake the dragon
And suddenly fires and flames everywhere .
Meanwhile she plays fiddle in the middle of the cemetery.
She is a daisy fresh girl, the crown of soliloquies, Shakespearean tragedies
And an eclipsed moon ,That hurts me so well.
Just like the Apollo, I’ll never stop chasing you my dear Daphne .

– Srinivasan. R

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Mystic Romance

Melancholy strains of a lone Lyre.
Mesmerising music haunting the night
Mysterious notes float on the mountain breeze.
I could hear her Opera song from the miles away
Which is why I fell in love with her celestial world.
My nights have been changed,
drowned in Roses and my breath has become fragrant .
Her anklets always wake the dragon
And suddenly fires and flames everywhere .
Meanwhile she plays fiddle in the middle of the cemetery.
She is a daisy fresh girl, the crown of soliloquies, Shakespearean tragedies
And an eclipsed moon ,That hurts me so well.
Just like the Apollo, I’ll never stop chasing you my dear Daphne .

– Srinivasan. R

Do like and comment …

Introduction

hey hi everyone!!!..

I’m new here , I’m Srinivasan 20 years old from a small village called PASAR, Tamil Nadu in India . Writing, teaching, Reading ,Reseraching on English literature are my passion and that’s what I do, so I found this wordpress is friendly for those kinda stuffs and so I started writing here . Here I will share my Writings which you can read and relish. I am sure that You will peep into my fantasy world and live there.

hmm yeah , the reason for my interst in this particular stuff is because of my English teacher Arockia Raj who encouraged me and later became an inspiration so I always grateful to my teacher and I want him always feel proud and to show my gratitude to him forever . Now I’m totally into the world of English literature and I hope I found a good platform to establish myself as a good writer , student as well as teacher.

My parents opposed me not to pursue in English literature and they bother that it would be scopeless which would spoil my career life yet I stepped in to this world with a limitless confidence so you people want to support me to do my level best and I hope that you do so .

Thanking you all

From Srinivasan with love ,

May all your dreams become true .

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