Treasure Island

Williamsji Maveli

(23/04/1955 / IRINJALAKUDA)

Desert Love


Desert Love

Staying for long in a barren land of desert
Me and you never ever in life to depart
Many days had come and gone yesteryear's
I forgot to keep open my two sharp ears
To hear the so called unwritten gospel of men
To cherish the beauty of the angelic women
On a black stone, near the sea, I stood with fire;
to give up and burn my own bad desire
Blowing hard the unkind wind behind
Under your shadow dear I always stand,
And the midnight never hears my cry:
my dreams in the desert became dry
I love you forever, I adore you thee,
With a love I will never ever l die

By Williamsji Maveli

www.williamsji.com
email: williamsji@yahoo.com

Submitted: Sunday, September 16, 2012

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  • Prasanna Kumari (9/16/2012 10:02:00 AM)

    it is always soothing to read poems on love though every poet in every language has written in umpteen times..enjoyed this too.. (Report) Reply

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