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Remains of The Evergreen

A free verse for Valentine's day, by P.A.Vinura Jayasaka

By P.A.Vinura JayasankaPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
Remains of The Evergreen
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This is a love story started from the beginning off mankind,

so one of the longest tales, if you love to call this a tale,

in middle of,

collisions of atoms and molecules,

endless reactions, stop less motions,

and random progressions of waves-from minus to plus infinity,

there are only two people here, where? Yes, right here,

it's you and they,

by the way who are they?

They are the entire universe except you, including me as well,

so where were we? Yes, we were at the beginning of the love story,

who is this couple then?

you surely will wonder though you don't know,

a half of that is YOU!

Oh! Eager to know who is the other one?

Then close your eyes for a second,

and wide open them,

he or she is everywhere,

who? who? who?

just move your eyes around your room, garden, balcony, or,

wherever you are now!

you see just now, what?

yes, it is The Nature! Still doubtful?

let me go on,

from our birth to death,

nature sees, listens, feels and plans for us,

more importantly, it supports you always,

so what have we done for it? What have you done for it?

make sure your answer is not "NOTHING"!

give back the gratitude to the nature,

while you are living it,

You, I, and all they owe for what we are given,

and what we are today!

make sure you are not going to forget,

your forever Valentine- The Nature,

observe for a while,

still there are Remains of The Evergreen,

still, nature breathes for us despite the hardest heartaches,

may our new plans going along with it,

and enriching The Valentine I just told you...

love poemsStream of ConsciousnessGratitudeFriendshipFree VerseFamily

About the Creator

P.A.Vinura Jayasanka

Hi! I'm an Engineering student who is passionate on poetry and movie critiques with mastering both creative and analytical aspects. You can follow me on facebook:


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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran4 months ago

    This was such a wonderful poem! I loved it!

  • Esala Gunathilake4 months ago

    Hats off to your appreciative reminder!

  • Alex H Mittelman 4 months ago

    Great free verse! 🥸

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