Monday 15 April 2019


                                                   Image result for image of white bougainvillea

One corner house in my street,
Where grows sepal like
Lovely, light, bougainvillea
Spread like a white sheet.

Overflows upon the compound wall
Attracts each and every passersby
Densely, bounty bougainvillea
is like a creamy froth about to fall.

On this brightly white flowers
Insects creep, dew settles, twinkles flash
 Adding glow to rich bougainvillea
Like a touch of sea breeze on cold hours.

(Prepared for a poetry contest in poetry soup titled BOUGAINVILLEA)

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