Sunny Mittal


At The Touch Of Your Love


At the touch of your love,
i have become a poet,
and nothing more i seek of you,
now a days whole of my time,
goes into thinking,
for this beautiful gift,
how could i repay you.

At the touch of your love,
flowers have blossomed in my heart,
and day and night,
with their sweet fragrance,
they keep on cheering me,
and i keep on thinking,
for this sweetness in my life,
what could i share with you.

At the touch of your love,
my heart and eyes,
have opened to a new dawn,
and i am able to see the life,
in the ways i had never seen,
and i keep on thinking,
for this newness in my life,
what new could i present to you.

At the touch of your love,
i have become admirer of life,
every moment now i am happy,
and i keep on seeking,
more and more light and life,
and for this transformation in me,
i keep on thinking,
what could i do for you.

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

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