Nikhil Parekh - Indian Poet

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The most inexplicably ghastliest and torturous of

diseases; got wholesomely cured; under its

Omnipotently fiery and divinely blazing rays, 


The most acrimoniously venomous and meaningless of

prejudices; got disdainfully massacred; under its

handsomely unflinching and timelessly liberating rays, 


The most indiscriminately massacring and terrorizing

of wars; became forever non-existent; under its

spectacularly virile and majestically emollient rays, 


The most diabolically tormenting and unsparing of

ghosts; metamorphosed into nothingness; under its

Omnisciently royal and fearlessly invincible rays, 


The most deliriously demented and sadistic of brains; 

became righteously blissful; under its jubilantly

ecstatic and timelessly ameliorating rays, 


The most insanely stinking and lividly battered of

shit; became fragrantly meaningful; under its royally

ubiquitous and interminably sweltering rays, 


The most drearily remorseful and incarcerating of

blackness; became optimistic daylight; under its

triumphantly sagacious and unchallangably sacred rays, 


The most intolerably gory and unpardonable of crimes; 

got celestial salvation; under its universally

benevolent and indefatigably golden rays, 


The most peevishly subjugated and imprisoned of veins; 

became uninhibitedly free; under its magnetically

unabashed and extraordinarily flamboyant rays, 


The most uncontrollably hedonistic and sinister of

obsessions; commenced to march on the path of eternal

truth and symbiotism; under its unconquerably

beautiful and unflinchingly dazzling rays, 


The most sadistically perverted and sacrilegious of

imagery; transformed into a paradise of dreams; under

its gorgeously Omnipresent and undyingly benign rays, 

The most vehemently vengeful and dogmatic of

stubbornness; became a gorge of infallible peace; 

under its vivaciously inimitable and synergistically

unabashed rays, 


The most ominously lethal and treacherous of

rebellion; became holistically compassionate

camaraderie; under its bountifully fathomless and

undefeatedly honest rays, 


The most cadaverously jinxed and cursed of spirits; 

became miraculously blessing freshness; under its

limitlessly extemporizing and spell-bindingly

captivating rays, 


The most unfortunately unfinished and fretful of

desires; became the most successful reality of

tomorrow; under its unalterably glowing and

synergistically blessed rays, 


The most cannibalistically atrocious and heinous of

impoverishment; became boundlessly inimitable

pricelessness; under its magically glittering and

regally insuperable rays, 


The most wantonly lecherous and maiming of atheism; 

became unassailably pristine devotion; under its

selflessly victorious and inexhaustibly incomparable rays, 


The most disastrously delinquent and castrating

infertility; transformed into the ultimate seeds of

charismatic evolution; under its unceasingly

enlightening and impeccably godly rays, 


The most bizarrely crippling and doomed hopelessness; 

became the winds of exuberantly galloping tomorrow; 

under its wonderfully effulgent and faultlessly fecund rays, 


And inspite of all this; isn't it strange; that you; 

me and virtually every other human being on earth; ran

away from the everlasting firebody of the Omnipotent

Sun; worthlessly complaining that it was a trifle too

harsh for our skins; burning us; blackening us; 

charring us; making us relentlessly perspire; 

worthlessly slandering the Sun infront of the stupidly

lifeless air-conditioner; for salaciously tiring us; 

whereas it was our sole reservoir of strength; 

inspiration and power to survive; in veritable


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Sun- Our Sole Reservoir Of Strength.