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Flow From Flaw.

A diver's find;
An abandoned pearl;
A shimmering globe of white;
Of unparalleled size and softness;
Contrasted by a black dot at the centre;
Never to be forsaken, for the flaw is a flow
of memories of his love's eyes of black coals set
in a globe of shimmering whites, lost to floods, never to be resurrected. 
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Poetry.com 4.5 out of 5 based on 4 votes.
clifton redmond More than 1 year ago
great concept well written
Hari More than 1 year ago
Thank you Clifton for your kind words. Your appraisals have been great sources of encouragement to me. Thanks again for your rating and commentary.
clifton redmond More than 1 year ago
your very welcome hari its my pleasure to read this work
Hari More than 1 year ago
Thanks again and Good Night or should I say Good Morning - it is 12.21 Am here. I am signing off now. See you later.
L spirit More than 1 year ago
love it
Hari More than 1 year ago
Thank you, L spirit, for your rating and comments. I am happy that you liked the imagery brought out verbally. Thanks again.
Diana Robillard-Hoy More than 1 year ago
Very well done...Great pyramid by the way...You should present this centered.
Larry Stallings More than 1 year ago
ok
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