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Occasional Poetry

Sweet Is Thy Beauty

Tomorrow 12 March is the day where we celebrate the Independence of the republic of Mauritius, but all festivities have been canceled. For 2019 I had written nuance, a poem where I describe poetically the different colors that makes up our multicolored flag, and where this time, I was inspired to write this poem from […]

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Occasional Poetry

A cry For Freedom

Amongst the trees they ran Thirsty for freedom, the liberation Better to die rather than To live like an animal in ruination Their chains rattle against the ground While their heart tremble with the fear That they might be found by the hounds, So they run for their lives like a deer Searching for that […]

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Lyrical Poetry Occasional Poetry

Adrenaline Rush

A poem for the Indian Ocean Island Games 2019 Adrenaline Rush You take You blow You take flight You run You walk You sail bright You show You stretch You fight back You swim You dodge You soar high The fright The doubts You kick out On site Your strong You shout loud The sweats […]

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Ode Poetry

A Month Of May In Mauritius (Poem)

A month of May in Mauritius The seasonal mood meander Midst the wintery cold days As the heat mild and the sun migrate. At night leaves sings merrily As gushes of winds murmur In silence; While the muse of our lagoon Mutter quietly to the poet Of lugubrous morbid mysteries And shivering moist sceneries Of […]

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Occasional Poetry

Nuance (A poem about Mauritius)

Nuance Warm red blood of the tropics Mingles into these lands Where sweats flood On different nuance of skins Upon which buds scents and flavors & all colors of all mainlands Child to earth Under our blue sky Nature ravishes our eyes Where through summer & through winter The evergreen scenic beaches Welcome on its curved shorelines The warming feelings of […]

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Ode Poetry

Beloved Mauri – A Poem

I will always deeply love Mauritius. My island lives over the sea  Can you see it floating over the ocean mist? My island roots beneath a deepening lagoon Can you see its veins streaking against the blue? The tropical summer heats our feelings But have you tasted the warmth of our winter? At night our […]

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Ode Poetry

1st December

1st December came in – Half of my world is in summer The trees abundantly offer their fruits – For us to eat and to think of the graciousness of nature The birds – They don’t nest their home around anymore They have spread their wings to fly away, I hear their chants, at far […]