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An Incandescent Delight
by Charishma Ramchandani
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  I am pristine and breathtakingly beautiful,
Though simple in dress, I'm always cheerful
I love sleeping in the lap of every sea shell,
As their unsung song to me, they very patiently tell!
Rain and dew drops glisten because of me,
For my service to them, I never charge any fee
I'm there all over newspapers and cars,
Also on wrappers of chocolate bars!
Stars are called 'luminescent' because of me,
Oh, with them, I shall forever be
I am in the Milky Way everyday,
I love to watch the cuddling stars there play!
Day and night I speak of universal truth,
My brothers and sisters envy my majestic look
'Let's Have Peace', I tell every nation,
After all, we are all part of God's creation!
Oh dear fascinated reader,
I've given you so many clues,
I'm sure you've guessed, that I'm a hue
Yes your right and bright as light,
I am indeed, the colour 'white'!
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October 07, 2001
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