Sunday, 11 June 2006


I am amazed at your beauty
Your painted sky
In the summer evenings

At every step
I meet wonder
The gardens, the pathways
The old streets, the squares
The wide roads, the metro
The newly built churches
The centuries old monasteries
The malls, the bazaar
Museums and parks
The cruise on the river Moskva
A walk in the Neskuchni Saad

I am amazed
How fast you change your colors
From snow white to green
It’s miraculous
My eyes still can’t believe

You never stop surprising me
Everyday there is something new in store
I love you in winter
When you are white-cold
I love you in spring

When the snow melts
I love you in summer
When you turn colorful green

I’ll always love you
In all your colors
White, yellow, red or green
In all seasons
Till the end!


Blogger Soulless said...

So lovely. ^_^ Your words take me there, bathed in the shifting colors and wonders of the place.

Been reading past poems; and I most adored the piece entitled "I Live This Life." Cheers. ^_^

11/6/06 8:24 am  
Blogger abhay k said...

Hi Soulless,
thank you so much...very kind of you to spend time here...your comments are very dear to me..

11/6/06 1:03 pm  
Blogger Nerdine said...

Hi, Abhay.
This Poem just made me even more to go to Moscow... I am going one of these days..

BTW - I need some help - please visit my blog and read my new post...

11/6/06 2:53 pm  
Blogger abhay k said...

You are welcome to Moscow...if i can do anything...please let me know!
best wishes!

11/6/06 3:33 pm  
Blogger paris parfait said...

Lovely ode to a great city!

11/6/06 11:05 pm  
Blogger abhay k said...

Thanks Tara...
your words are very pleasing...

12/6/06 1:46 am  
Blogger Scheherazade said...

I never told you, but Russian is my second language. That is, the language I studied in grad school.

This poem evokes the song "E Shagayu Pa Moskve" (pardon my phonetics); One of the few "starry" russian songs I memorized.

12/6/06 4:40 am  
Blogger abhay k said...

Privet Scheherazade,
Cpaciba Bolshoi...I am so glad that you know Russian..and this poem is comparable to this popular "starry" Russian song...I am so touched..thank you so much...

12/6/06 10:31 am  

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