Bijay Kant Dubey


I Am For A few Days. Let Me See You In Full, My Love


I am for a few days,
Let me see you in full,
Maybe it I shall not be able to see you again.

Let me see you, see you in full,
Your wide-wide eyes,
Cinematographic and kaleidoscopic,
Just like the clear skies
But the hills lurking in blue and sunny.

Let me, let me in full,
Your hair star-studded, jasmine-stuck,
Let me, let me your moonface
And the silvery whiteness spread everywhere.

Did anyone call me that heard I so,
Did, did anylove leave a love-letter?
My love, I love you,
Ta-ta, bye-bye, am going,
Hi, see you again!

Submitted: Monday, October 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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