In Paradise, a poem by Aminath Neena at
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In Paradise

In Paradise

written by: Aminath Neena


Let me take you
Light years
Away in time

To the night
When our souls met
For the first time
Beside the milky lake

Of Eden
In paradise
Where beauty existed
Without envy

When time elapsed
Within a gust
Of the softest zephyr
When the silky petals

Of roses echoed
The song in our hearts
And when their nectar poured
As raindrops

Whispering a promise
Of a life time
Which, still brings shivers
To this edifice

Of melting femme,
Firing bolts of
Seasonal passion fruits
To haunt its corridors

From time to time,

And remember,
That same night,
I believed
In the existence
Of Love

Aminath Neena

Aminath Neena

Aminath Neena is an English lecturer from the picturesque archipelago nation of the Maldives. An avid lover of words, poetry is a hobby closest to her heart. Her poems usually revolve around themes such as love, relationships, spirituality, society, and global issues. According to her, poetry is the gateway to spirituality because it resonates purity like no other. Among her achievements include having her poem featured in 'Words And Music', a programme on BBC Radio. Her poems are published or forthcoming in a range of international platforms like the Trouvaille Review, Spillwords, Open Door Poetry Magazine, Fiddles & Scribbles, Imspired magazine and Borderless Journal. She believes her writings to be a reflection of her thoughts, her feelings and her life.
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