Williamsji Maveli

(23/04/1955 / IRINJALAKUDA)

A Surprise


While you came into my life so quick,
Many ways you gave me timely flick,
It was a gorgeous pleasant surprise,
An elegant, lovely relationship arise

Our wave lengths were very strong,
We do not know something went wrong
Both resisted long; but turn into love,
But we are fit each other like a glove.

It feels so peaceful to be so near,
our love is worth more than a tear,
To feel like we are not alone, but one,
Those lovely movements still not gone

It is really, a true love, my baby,
You are my ever sweet honey bee,
Dance with your hands upon your hips.
Longing to share lips upon the lips,

Submitted: Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

From the Anthology of lyrics, both in English & Malayalam (bilingual, translated by the author)
and titled as 'Forever, lovingly yours.......', (Pranayapoorm, Ennennum Nintee...)
written by Williams George Maveli. (Williamsji Maveli)
Email: williamsji@yahoo.com


The poetry depicts an emotional, true love affair

-Williamsji Maveli

www.williamsji.com
www.moonmakers.com

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