My Poems

A Christmas Verse

The other day I went to a glass-painting workshop at the Mauritius glass gallery, where I have chosen this geometrical  paperweight to  paint a reindeer and a Christmas tree on it.
Well, like that I know if this glass-painting thing is really for me… and I left earlier than I should have…loll

A Christmas Verse 

The night starts to bloom  
  Out from the sombre
    And  animates  the celebration
                                               Of Christmas

All spotlights flashes
 Green-red-black-white –
   Hues of December festivity

It is the night before Christmas
  And the Choir sings 
    Chorus that warmth hearts

While shop toys are filled 
 With gathering crowds
   And pavements clustered
    Of happy hearts and minds

Everybody’s busy with the day
 While childish hearts 
  Dreams eyes wide open 
   Of the bearded Santa Claus

Saying Ho!Ho!Ho! 
 In his sleigh 
  replenished of gifts
   Pulled by majestic reindeers

25th December –

 The scent of pines 
   And frou-frou ornaments
    Under –
     Gifts left by some kind of ghost.

Luckily for us in Mauritius, the cyclone is gone, and has not caused too much damages, which would have ruined the festivities

By Eiravel

I am an independent creative author (self-taught autodidact), who lives on the island of Mauritius. I've self-published a metaphysical science-fiction novel (Darcocyte); and I am currently writing a poetry book. I am a very passionate person, who loves reading beautiful sentences; I am also a great cinephile, music lover, and a lover of everything aesthetic and artistic. For my personal creative leisure, I love to craft, blog & write poetry, and this, all the while taking care of my children.

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