Anubhav gupta

Rookie - 10 Points (aug.08,1995 / kanpur)

Apple Thought Poem by Anubhav gupta


While trying to cut an apple,
I thought.
You are the one,
whom my heart wants.

I cut a piece,
and put it in plate.
And it strikes,
you seem like my soul-mate.

And to cut another piece,
as I moved my knife
I wanted to ask
'will you be my wife'?


I cut it all
and while putting the salt,
I thought we can be the best 2 two,
and never depart.

And as I picked it up,
to take a bite
I thought if I can be
the reason for your smile.

And yet another bite,
took me to the thought
Are you the one,
what I was wandering for?

The truest love,
the best ever mate!
With all your thoughts,
My Apple just changed it's taste.

hey! I promise to be the salt,
and add to your taste,
And be the reason
for your ever glowing grace.

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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  • Rookie - 37 Points Colleen Courtney (5/5/2014 5:10:00 PM)

    Wow! I'll never eat an apple the same way again! Lol. Nicely done! Who knew partaking of a piece of fruit could conjure up a loving piece of poetry! (Report) Reply

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