PARTHA SARATHI PAUL

Freshman - 1,013 Points (29-06-1976 / Guskara-Burdwan)

Love, love and love.


Rose, let`s celebrate our love anniversary every day.
It`s been now years since our eyes came across there.
You stole a glance at me with a pink blush on chubby cheeks.
I somehow could sense your look and did it back too.
After some thrilling pauses we got back to our holy job.
You put on a lovely smile and I caught it from the corner of my eye.
I soon changed my seat to have a better view of your face.
Then we let our smiles talk and our eyes looked on their play.
The fast liking leaped to love and it was love at the first smiles.
This followed frequent gazes to send out our mutual sign.

We stepped hand-in-hand on the sun basking salty shore.
Dropped in at lover points setting aside our clumsy chore.
Took our heels to lonely beaches in the sun for lovely fun.
We got cranky aloof of earthly screeches unlike the common run.
Often stared out of the open window to count all worm-glows.
Our hearts got entwined and sprouted so many wild flows.
In our chosen love nest we grasped so many stars.
No worries, no cares, never ever any cut or scars.
Rose, let`s celebrate our love anniversary every day.
Let us keep our love as young as that of the first day.

Submitted: Saturday, May 24, 2014
Edited: Saturday, May 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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