A Wrinkled Twinkle

The wind caressed her lovely face,
With a gentle touch and at a mild pace,
Time stood still, with wide eyed daze,
Flabbergasted at the life’s running maze.

The fine lines of her crown,
And the face which never had a frown,
Made the so called beauties, eyes drown
In front of her kind eyes so brown.

Sweet and kind friendly smile,
Made others run for her a mile,
Lost in thoughts she sat, awhile,
As the wind blew calmly towards river Nile.

Moments of experience etched,
Time froze, in every lines of her face parched,
Every lines had something preached,
About the life, she so finely lived and watched.

I love her more, everytime she twinkles,
She and her eyes, and the love it sprinkles,
And she mischievously chukles,
Every time I kiss her lovely wrinkles.



Author: anamikaisblogging

Uhmm! What do I say abt myself. Love to read, write, watch tons of movies and loves music. Educated enough to enlighten a few things to a few some who shows the interest to listen. This is me in a nutshell. Will let out little by little, like the cat out of the bag. Ok I think it's time to let out one more passion of mine, which I as much love as writing, and that is cooking. Trying out different new recipies with a slight variation added of mine makes my culinary skills a little adventurous cuisine.

10 thoughts on “A Wrinkled Twinkle”

  1. Oh Ana,so well expressed the beauty of aging and wrinkle and the title is so perfect for the photograph which beautifully depicts both her wrinkles and twinkle in her eyes.Thank you.You really brought out best from her.Tough job especially these days,old people are so shy of photograph and you still managed Congratulations.Maafi.I visited this post now only.Should have Checked long time back.Love the photo art !

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