Great Minds are Young

“Dazzling Shells of the Sea”

Posted on: May 15, 2011

Melda Nasri continues her peaceful revolution against all who think that her generation is not an active and efficient one! Let’s check what she has to tell us this time 🙂

Dazzling Shells of the Sea

Colorful types of beauteous shells we are

Dive through the sea and you’ll see millions

Of best-looking pearls; you will

Beware or you’ll blind your eyes all the way perhaps

Even if you were the most vigilant brainy little Lucifer-I guess

I will never let “us” down and yes

We are ‘the’ miraculous heroes confess

It’s quite rock like to see through us I guess

Just like having a freshly hanged apple at the TOP of the tree

You can’t rapidly spot us I guess

Those luscious apples can’t be eaten right away

Because they’re not for everyone I have to say

Just like us we are the VERY top we are

It’s not rocket-science, we’re not too far

So to see a GLAMOROUS ‘something’ stopping you from a fall

Give your patience for the fabulous ‘someone’ to shine against you all”


4 Responses to "“Dazzling Shells of the Sea”"

Amazing 😀 your very talented i loved the meaning of it , it was wonderful and the last two lines are very creative


Thank you so much Sarah 🙂 I truly appreciate that from you dear :D! It’s your wonderful eyes who see wonderful things all the time sweet!


U r very creative, and it is like u look at life ًin a completely different perspective and that is y I love this poem.

But try to fix it a little bit, other than that it was perfect.


Thank you dear.
I appreciate your remarks sweets, & will surely try to make a better one next time! 😀


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