Nikhil Parekh - Indian Poet

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For them; there was simply no difference between the diminutively poor and the unfathomably rich; as they considered both to be symbiotically blending and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the preposterously obese and the parsimoniously thin; as they considered both to be gregariously melanging and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the unprecedentedly black and the spuriously white; as they considered both to be handsomely opulent and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the overwhelmingly tall and absurdly short; as they considered both to be impeccably charismatic and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the insurmountably dynamic and perseveringly consistent; as they considered both to be immaculately bountiful 


and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the stringently prudent and the unrelentingly fantasizer; as they considered both to be ubiquitously resplendent 


and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the incomprehensibly splurging and the timidly abstemious; as they considered both to be vivaciously bouncing 


and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the voluptuous rose and the acrimonious thorn; as they considered both to be philanthropically swaying 


and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the majestically powerful and the scraggily impoverished; as they considered both to be beautifully synergistic and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the fathomless clouds and the inconspicuous granules of mud; as they considered both to be magnetically bonding and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the brutally maimed and the robustly bouncing; as they considered both to be royally gyrating and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the regally silken and the inherently pointed; as they considered both to be ingratiatingly mystical and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the haplessly blinded and dazzling Sunshine; as they considered both to be impeccably egalitarian and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the triumphantly jubilant and miserably defeated; as they considered both to be blissful equal and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the vivacious rainbow and silent stones; as they considered both to be God's mesmerizing creation and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the American slang and rustically indigenous; as they considered both to be ecumenically vibrant and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the unshakably powerful Politician and the unfortunately struggling poor man; as they considered both to be 


fantastically surviving and alike, 


 


For them; there was simply no difference between the enchantingly breathing and the wholesomely dead; as they considered both to be nature's inevitability and alike, 


 


O! yes; for they were none other than the most Omnipotently honest form of the Lord divine; they were none other than unconquerable fortresses of everlasting honesty; they were none other than the innocent child's newly born eyes.



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Newly Born Eyes