Arpita Sud

(Allahabad)

For my inspiration


I wish you would celebrate our love with words of romance
And not always say that I look into your eyes and find
More than words sweet and humble gestures that loudly pronounce
Your need for me so deep that the world mocks calling you blind!

Memories of days when flowers where just a start
Hardly suffice to keep your promise with the longing night
Me in your thoughts throughout and all mine your racing heart
And you wouldn't let your happiness walk away from your sight!

If there were such times before, likely such times come again
Me wading in your romance, Love and you immersed in me
Feels like we are the only lovers and all else but feign
Your ways of romance were that special, now a memory!

Our golden past is a present if you that magic weave
Stirring out the romance in me, bringing out my poetry!

Submitted: Friday, September 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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