Treasure Island

Soumita Sarkar Ray

(Kolkata)

Beginning of love...


When eyes do all the talking alone
Lips need not stir or move any longer
Fumes of pain singe rise and groan
Almost a stranger suddenly grows fonder

Strings of restrain start flying high
Friend, who can control the race of mind?
Speech pauses and closer brushes sigh
Who could- my peace – can see and find?

In one dim corner of the heart housed
A clutch- a fold- a cut – a song- a pounce
For never had such emotions abused
me, so much as this titillating ounce.

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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  • Krishnakumar Chandrasekar Nair (1/31/2014 9:30:00 AM)

    When sunrise and sunsets look suddenly beautiful
    And every face you see has a smile that's colorful
    And the blush becomes permanent on your cheek
    Know well, its the malady called love that's gone deep

    Very good write...............keep it up Madam (Report) Reply

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