No one remains forever it is true
Even the mighty heavens change colors
Vanish in the morning light drops of dew
Erasing themselves in floral odors.
Rivers vanish into arms of the sea
Snowy peaks melt into rocky terrains
Associations are temporary
Yet formidable they always remain
Floating forever in memory waves
Of love remain crisp as long as we live
Rising and falling with the moods we have
Growing deeper as we endure and grieve
On commitments, the deep paths of love pave,
Their windy streaks, in the joys that they give.
Ranjit K Sahu is a resident of Charlottesville, VA and is a multilingual American poet and visual art artist. He writes mostly on nature and human emotions often combining the two elements. He composes either in free verse or in defined patterns. Apart from this he also does freelance articles on society and environment and writes short stories and columns. The above poems are an experimental style combining the acrostic format and features of a sonnet.