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09 July 2011

THE STARS HAVE WINKED AT YOU


You might not have noticed, but during a quiet moment in the garden of your dreams, I saw the stars winking at you.

Kindly untie the ribbon from around my heart and then unwrap the gift inside created for you from the beauty of love.

How profound the human heart is when sweet love enters its chamber beneath glittering jewels of faithfulness.

It is beautiful you who has conquered my senses for passion and the reason why I breathe your intoxicating fragrance among a crowd.

Lady Flower, in between the two lamps of life, even though one of them is filled with darkness, I find the light of happiness glowing through you.

The stars that winked at you have done justice to my poems by inspiring me to write loving words especially for the woman in you.

How can I not understand the beauty of love after finding its timeless meaning in your innocent-looking smile?

My darling, the stars that winked at you were made visible to me, because of their luminescence dancing in your eyes.

*Image modified from myspace.com

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67 comments:

  1. coz you are a poet, you can essence those winks...

    very true, very much felt...

    are you also a MUKESH fan SIR???

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  2. you do the magic again and again.simply beautiful post!i luvd the last two lines the most:)

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  3. To Bhargav: YES...I LOVE Mukesh! As soon as I awake I listen to him and I fall asleep listening to him. I have written many poems under Mukesh's melancholic voice.
    Thank you, Bhargav for asking.

    To Haritha: Thank you for the kind sentiments. I appreciate you taking the time to stop by.

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  4. wow..am a diehard MUKESH fan too, specially da songs which he has sung for RK, and below is my most fav..
    " taaron me sajke, apne suraj se..."

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  5. To Bhargav: Smiling...so, we have Mukesh & poetry in common. I've emailed you one of the poems I wrote about Mukesh. Please let me know what you think.

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  6. Andy,
    Agreed. We can never be unheard when someone dear to our heart makes us go reeling. I can relate to that. Very inspiring

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  7. So nice to be reading your love poems again. They lift my spirit.

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  8. Stars winking... ribbons around hearts... the space between two lamps... as usual Andy, you have used imagery and imagination in the loveliest of ways. Kudos!

    http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2011/07/09/altered-reverie/

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  9. Another wonderful poem filled with love, Andy!

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  10. Hello everyone!

    @ thingy: Thank you.

    @ kaykuala: Smiling...love definitely makes us do things out of the ordinary. Thanks for stopping by.

    @ Bijaylaxmi: Hello. Thank you.

    @ Myrna: My dear Myrna, thank you for the heartfelt sentiments. I appreciate you taking the time to stop by.

    @ Kim: Thank you Kim and I believe congratulations are in order for you too!

    @ Mary: Dearest Mary, thank you for stopping by. It means a lot to me.

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  11. I love the stars winking ~

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  12. Andy- welcome! Are you new around our meme? Thank you for your heartfelt and clever contribution.


    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  13. To Heaven: Thanks.

    To Roger: Hello & welcome to my blog.

    Yes...I am new to ABC Wednesday. This was my first entry.

    Thank you for stopping by.

    To Jesse: Thanks.

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  14. The last line truly shines!

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  15. so tender, like "untie the ribbon from around my heart"
    even the phrase "my darling" ahh so tender.

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  16. This is like reading a book of proverbs about love. So nice.

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  17. "beneath glittering jewels of faithfulness" is a very nice line.
    Love if has a foundation of trust, can become the best thing that ever happened to mankind.
    Beautiful poem as always.:)

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  18. To Timoteo: Thanks.

    To louisedouglas: Thanks.

    To Victoria: What a nice thing to say. Thanks.

    To Tarunima: My dear Tarunima, as you've probably guessed by now, I love to write about love. We were created to love. I cannot imagine living this life without having experienced love.

    Thank you as always for supporting my blog. It means a lot to me.

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  19. Very good verse.. Appreciate the thoughts behind each line.. I loved it. Have a nice day!

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  20. " Stars winking at you.." - super imagery.
    Love the poem.

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  21. Lady flower, in the between two lamps of life, even though one of them is filled with darkness, I find the light of happiness,
    that's the most favorite part..
    that's a true lady! much encouraging. Thank you,,,

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  22. oh do visit me, you who look for honest work about pleasure, fulfillment http://atuplacer.blogspot.com/2011/07/croce-delizio-hunger-for-pleasure.html

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  23. love the open link on this one,

    everyone loves being winked by a star.

    well done.
    Happy Potluck!

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  24. Your writings are so full of romance and deep with love. I enjoy your style very much!

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  25. Such a romantic, your devotion to love is wonderful.

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  26. Wow ! that's romantic ! I know falling stars (not on my head fortunately) but none has ever winked at me, lol !

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  27. I especially like the last line- winking stars made from the luminance of her eyes. You could create an intense picture just from the first and last lines, actually. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for visiting http://shawnbird.com/2011/07/10/fire-of-you/ I appreciate you stopping by!

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  28. Love those winking stars!
    Loved it all, Andy.
    Beautiful!

    Margie :)

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  29. You are beautiful, you who have conquered my senses . . .

    Thank you, Mister David!

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  30. "The Ribbon around my heart"... Andy this is Beautiful...

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  31. Dear Kay, thank you for the kind words. As you know, beauty is only an appeal that thrill the eyes and the heart. Hope to see you again soon for you are very nice.

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  32. Dear Sam, the ribbon of love is easy to untie...thank you for stopping by my friend.

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  33. WoW! I appreciate all your comments -

    @ Camille: Thanks.
    @ Jo Bryant: Thanks.
    @ Pranavam: Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week ahead yourself!
    @ Hema: Thanks.
    @ mpucukilalang: It makes me happy that you enjoy this poem.
    @ jen revved: Thanks for stopping by.
    @ Morning: Those stars are always playing with us:-). Thanks for stopping by.
    @ Marbles in My Pocket: I believe in love and adore romance. You'll always find the theme of love in my poems. Thanks for taking the time to stop by.
    @ Daydreamertoo: There is no life without love. Thanks for commenting.
    @ Gattina: Laughing...I had a word with those stars...take another look! Thanks for visiting.
    @ shawnbird.com: I appreciate your comments and thank you for visiting.
    @ Margie: Hello Margie. I hope you are well. Kiss Smokey for me (smile). Thank you for visiting.

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  34. Ah, if you need a dash of romance, and pinch of punch, you'd be the one to turn to I think :) Some wonderful lines, as always! Thanks very much!

    A Poetic World - My Potluck Post

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  35. The stars winking, never really thought of it that way, but it really works, nicely done!

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  36. this is beautiful Andy!

    May the stars wink at you tonight!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today, too!

    Peggy

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  37. Sweetly romantic poem. Gentle and evocative.

    Andy, I must say the name of your blog is apt. It's not always so. Nice work.

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  38. i think each week you pull that ribbon on a few hearts my friends...deliciously romantic...

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  39. Simply lovely and utterly romantic -- once again, Andy, you melt our hearts!

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  40. when the poets are quiet... da mother nature gets upset.. coz poets are like life to human nature..and human existence..the way birds and flowers are...

    so dun keep quiet...

    storm the site wid some new romancing tots...

    awaiting to read that...


    ANDY... hiii, hope u ok :)

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  41. You must have one heck of a muse, Andy! These lines were beautiful. You brought the stars to life. I'm your newest follower; found you via Jenny Matlock.

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  42. You are such a skilled writer of love poetry. Another great poem.

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  43. Having a star wink at you, it doesn't get better than that

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  44. Hi David

    Thanks for joining in the poetry potluck this week.... my friend.

    I enjoyed your thoughts straight from the heart...

    Shashi
    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2011/07/whispers-cuckoos-song-and-smell-of-love.html
    At Twitter @VerseEveryDay

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  45. Wonderful, romantic words, very enjoyble to read. Love shines through these words. :)

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  46. To Leo: "A dash of romance, and a pinch of punch", I like that. Smiling...thanks Leo.

    To Pat: Thanks for stopping by.

    To ayala: Thanks.

    To Peggy: I'll be looking out for those winks tonight. Thanks Peggy.

    To Jamie: Thank you for your gracious comments. It's not too often someone notices the title of my blog. I appreciate your time.

    To Brian: Thanks. I'm sorry you're leaving One Stop. I'll be visiting your new joint when it's up & running. Thanks for always taking the time to visit.

    To Becca: Smiling...you are too kind. Thank you for giving me your beautiful eyes.

    To Bhargav: Smiling...thank you, my friend.

    To PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥…: Hello & welcome to my blog.

    Smiling...ah...my infamous muse...the invisible strength behind this poet. My life would be incomplete without her.

    Thanks for commenting & for following. You'll see me winking at you too (lol)

    To Jack: Thanks Jack. I appreciate you stopping by.

    To Poetic Soul: Welcome to my blog. Those stars...they like to make a show of themselves (smile).
    Thanks for visiting and I hope you will return again.

    To Shashi: Hello. Thanks for visiting & for following. I always like to return the kindness and am now your newest follower.

    Just a quick note...it's Andy (not David)

    To jeaniemcbain: There's always love in this little corner.
    Thank you for taking the time to comment. I appreciate it.

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  47. (¯`v´¯)
    .`•.¸.•´★
    ¸.•´.•´¨) ¸.•¨╰☆╮The Stars* ★╰☆╮
    (¸.•´(¸.•´ (¸.•¨¯`* ♥Have Winked ♥*´¨•.¸╰☆╮´¨`♥╰☆╮​•.★¸¸.•★^ at you.•*♥

    Earlier this evening I sat out on the deck just gazing at the full moon...It was so peaceful.

    A few moments ago (and long overdue) I read this poem. The sight of the full moon this lovely summer evening surrounded by the colors of the sunset were beautiful...but even those colors paled in comparison tonight to the beauty of your words.

    "Lady Flower, in between the two lamps of life, even though one of them is filled with darkness, I find the light of happiness glowing through you. "

    I could feel beauty and tenderness and Love in each of your words. I've been away from your poetry too long. What a lovely offering to come back too.
    ╰☆╮You have touched the woman in me thank you Andy...♥

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  48. Written like the true romantic that you are. Wonderful words!

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  49. If I were to pick a favorite line here, I would end up picking each line!! The simplicity of your words, and the honesty with which you've written this, is really beautiful, Andy!

    And the last line was a masterpiece by itself.. really!!

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  50. To Ariana: Smiling...Ariana, I hope the stars were winking at you too (smile). Thanak you for returning. I hope you won't stay away so long next time:-)

    To Judie: Thank you. I appreciate you stopping by.

    To Kavita: There is beauty in so many things around us, we just have to take a few moments to take it all in. Thank you for commenting. It means a lot.

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  51. thanks for commenting on my blog mr andy! never thought if could bring tears to anyone's eyes except mine. we are really kindred spirits when it comes to poetry! some would think i'm just being emotional in writing poems but definitely i am not. its just an outlet of who i am.

    I really appreciate you following me and i will definitely add you up on my daily reads..:)

    God bless! :)

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  52. Hello Jena: In blogland some of us are unknown to each other and we may never get the chance to meet, but we are all connected by our love of poetry & writing.

    When we are in emotional distress, it's sometimes easier to put pen to paper rather than try to explain with speech how we are feeling.

    Keep on writing for there will always be hungry eyes for your words (smile).

    Thanks for taking the time to visit and I hope you'll return again soon.

    Best wishes to you.

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  53. winking stars' luminescence dancing in her eyes...
    sweet!

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  54. Hello Splendid Little Stars. I welcome you to my blog. Smiling...those stars are always smiling at us.
    Thanks for visiting.

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  55. You are an excellent writer. Enjoyed reading.

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  56. Hello Rick. Welcome to my blog.
    Thanks for the compliment. I appreciate you stopping by & hope you'll visit again sometime.

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  57. Beautiful...stars winking at you. Love that.

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  58. To brownpaperbaggirl: Thanks. I appreciate your visit.

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  59. Andy, I really enjoyed reading this...
    So beautifully written... Took my breath away...

    " Lady Flower, in between the two lamps of life, even though one of them is filled with darkness, I find the light of happiness glowing through you. "

    " My darling, the stars that winked at you were made visible to me, because of their luminescence dancing in your eyes. "

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  60. love how this comes full circle from start to finish with the lovely image of the stars... nice write. :)

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  61. Hello Joanna, welcome to my blog. Thanks for commenting. Nice to meet you at dVerse. Hope you'll stop by again sometime.

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