Chilling Watery Winter

A poem depicting winters of Jaipur as seen from the eyes of Jalmahal Palace. 

jalmahal fog

Rising to the fog in the grays of sky
Like a floating angel I smoothly lie
I watch the blue waves shiver
As the chirping birds quietly quiver

Alighted on my sun kissed walls
Their summer banter is missed by all
The black, white and chocolate brown
All of them perking up the pink town

Far away through the misty winds
I see some faces, with joy they brimmed
With devices in hands and eyes on them
To capture me with a single thumb
Some leaning on boundaries
Some gazing in haze
Overlooking the city
In pure amaze

 

Written by Nupur Agrawal,

Social Media & Content Manager at Jaipur Beat

 

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