Bazi alis Subrata Ray

(January / Formerly East Pahistan)

Forbidden Seasons


No change shared she,
Spring passed like wave,
Rains flood had no impact,
Autumns though set on her body,
And winter’s cold, proved bold,
Ever young, though without old.

I am hers and she is mine,
Nature and Time never shine,
We make love, we turn to rime.

Two witnesses,
Observe the minds,
Observe the seasons,
Observe the climes.
Observe the senses treacherous crimes.

She loves me, and I love her,
In us Time and Nature have forbidden bar.

Submitted: Thursday, March 03, 2011
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