A Desire - Poem by Kikila Bhutia
Destructed by your constructed beauty,
I gaze into the solitary nights
Thoughts creep inside my head
Like a lightening strike
Posed in your silent sickness,
I welcomed the dying autumn
But then hear ye
The deserted heart does prowl
Times are short and shorter thoughts
Like a volcano the emotions erupt
The drizzle of the rain couldn't put off the fire
Your coldness and rude attitude had caused
Your beauty lies naked,
Like a lifeless golden leaf among my pages
But then its beauty cannot be measured.
If only I would be there and you would be there too
I would peer through the closed door to feel disappointed! !
Kikeyla Doma KaleonPa
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