Reshma Ramesh

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Love Fever Poem by Reshma Ramesh


The burning embers of love,
Giving rise to warm fever,
On my lips, the words of love,
On my heart, my palms of devotion,
Your name a thousand times,
With rosaries, angels in heaven,
Blowing conchs and chant,
Eyes closed, open heart
The truth of love that I held back
I rise with my head proud
Throwing back my hooded shroud
I look straight into your eyes
Oh! Angel of love,
Please I beg you, tell me the ways,
Of love, the ways of devotion,
Like a lion I roar, like a peacock
I dance, like a child I cry,
Dark are the days, dark are the nights,
when I find only my shadow by my side,
Looking for you, my love, among the roses,
Few more days and the warm fever spreads,
Love fever, I feel it deep in my soul.



Sequel to Poem ''Fever Of Love'' By Sadiqullah Khan

Submitted: Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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