The Other Side Of Twilight

Spread the love

Sun-kissed,
though brittle and dried
I wonder
what stripped them of tangerine hue
softly
the evening takes my name
and sighs
as a thousand epiphanies run through my mind
the world’s substituted “trolling with lust,”
perhaps
sunflowers had a hard time resisting temptation too.

 

Photo credits: Pixabay.com

Posted for “Quadrille #76” @ dVerse Pub

& on the Tuesday Platform @ Real Toads

46 thoughts on “The Other Side Of Twilight

  1. gillena says:

    “softly
    the evening takes my name
    and sighs
    as a thousand epiphanies run through my mind ”
    Exquisite language dear poetess Sanaa

    Much🌻love

    • Sanaa says:

      Thank you so much, Frank 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

      (and thank you for the lovely prompt) 🌹

  2. Brendan says:

    Like climbing a stamen, we aren’t given much until we see color “trolling with lust” and then the gorgeousness of the encounter knocks us down with heavy heated presence. Nicely done.

  3. Kerry says:

    Your poem reminds me of what all those who troll with lust are missing out on!
    This is on point, and a sumptuous read.

  4. Rommy says:

    Now that’s a harsh but astute observation of the modern age, substituting trolling with lust. I suppose both do get the blood moving.

  5. HA says:

    Ooh, such a tightly-wound verse, binding this experience and observation with a certain wisdom and insightful acknowledgment. I love it! Your romanticism always shines through in your words in such a beautiful manner.

    Arz kiya hai,
    “Ulti ho gaiin sab tadbirein kuch na dava ne kaam kiya
    Dekha is beemari-e-dil ne akhir kaam tamaam kiya”
    Haha. 🙂

    • Sanaa says:

      Hahahaha 😀 to that I would say

      “jo nigaah-e-naaz ka bismil nahin
      dil nahin woh dil nahin woh dil nahin.”

      Thank you so much, Anmol 😀 so glad you liked it ❤️

  6. Vinitha says:

    Lovely imageries!
    “softly
    the evening takes my name
    and sighs
    as a thousand epiphanies run through my mind “ Loved these lines the best. ❤️

  7. Priya Bhaskar says:

    ‘I wonder 
    what stripped them of tangerine hue,’
    Such subtle and elegant phrasing in this one, Sanaa! 💙

Leave a Reply to Brendan Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *