Kezang Dawa

(1977 / BHUTAN)

LOCK YOUR HEART


Lock your heart

Why did I fall?
In love
with one who’s
having a partner.
It don’t need
a teacher
to fall in love,
And incidence of
love can happen
To any core of
the heart
You are the one who taught me
The true meaning of love,
That I have experienced,
You were the only one
Who always opened?
The door to my heart that was closed,
My nasty experience of first love emits:
“Falling in love is just a blink”
Now how can I lock my heart?
Since you were meant to belong me,
to lock my heart is not an easy task
like locking the doors of this world.
our love has gone into such depths
that we’re unable to close the chapter.


A poem by Kezang Dawa (Driver)
Bhutan Power Corporation Limited;
Samdrupjongkhar, Bhutan

Submitted: Sunday, March 13, 2011

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