Bijay Kant Dubey


A Beautiful Heart


The girl is very beautiful,
May turn into a poem,
A love lyric,
A love song, a sad song,
A sketch or a reflection,
A dream is she,
A flower in flesh and blood,
Sensuous and sensual.

A story or an image,
A painting or a photograph,
If paint you her,
Picture you,
Snap the photo of hers,
She may turn into
An album of photographs,
A dairy full of her word-pictures,
Her talks and images,
Like you, but see her with love,
Not with disdain.

An essay is she, an aesthetic paragraph,
A picture in a frame,
If not,
One from the album of the heart,
A terracotta figurine or a sculpture,
Amorous and erotic,
Passionate and artistic,
Historical and antique,
A one-act play
With the dialogues dramatizing hers.

A beautiful heart,
A loveful and passionate heart,
Lovely and affectionate,
Describe I,
Depict I,
A beauty so lovely, young and passionate,
Lovely and attractive,
Charming and good
To be my poem,
A beautiful heart
In a beautiful soul.

Submitted: Saturday, January 25, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 25, 2014

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