Treasure Island

indira babbellapati

(visakhapatnam, india)

On Valentine's eve


Invisible shades
of red on my lips:
your love

Scattered petals
hidden in my cheeks:
your love

Concealed hues
of purple on my bosom:
your love

Crescent smiles
tickling all over me:
your love

Submitted: Thursday, February 13, 2014
Edited: Thursday, February 13, 2014

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  • Allemagne Roßmann (2/22/2014 5:27:00 PM)

    Great expressions Madamoiselle.Valentine`s Day is celebrated for love and love proposals though Sankt Valentine was executed 14th February towards the end 5th century AD by Romans.

    I had never 14th February with my wished one though I would wish every missing Valentines through your words the great Persian number of Faramarz Aslani -Age ye rooz beri safar
    Beri ze pisham bi khabar
    Asire royaha misham
    Dobare baz tanha misham
    Be shab migam pisham bemoone
    Be baad migam ta sob bekhoone
    Bekhoone az diare yari
    Chera miri tanham mizari?

    Age ye rooz faraamoosham koni
    Tarke aaghoosham koni
    Parandeie darya misham
    Too change moj raha misham
    Be del migam khamoosh bemoone
    Miram ke har kassi bedoone
    Miram bessooie oon diari
    Ke toosh mano tanha nazaari

    [Hook]
    Age ye roozy noome to
    Too gooshe man seda kone
    Dobare baz ghamet biad
    Ke mano mobtala kone
    Be del migam karish nabashe
    Bezareh darde to davah she
    Bereh tooyeh tamoomeh joonam
    Keh baz barat avaz bekhoonam

    [Verse 2]
    Age bazam delet meekhad
    Yareh yek deegar basheem
    Mesaleh ayoomeh ghadeem
    Bensheeneem va sahar pasheem
    Bayad delet rangee begeereh
    Dobareh ahangee begeereh
    Begeereh rangeh oon deeyaree
    Keh toosh mana tanha nazaree

    Age mikhay peesham bemoonee
    Beeya ta bagheeye javoonee
    Beeya to poost beh ostokhooneh
    Nazar delam tanha bemooneh
    Bezar shabam rangee begeereh
    Dobareh ahangee begeereh
    Begeereh rangeh oon deeyaree
    Keh toosh mana tanha nazaree

    IF ONE DAY (AGE YE ROOZ)

    If one day you go
    If you leave me without a notice
    I'll fall captive to dreams
    I'll be alone again
    I'll tell the night stay with me
    I'll tell the wind sing to till dawn
    To sing of the beloved's world
    Why do you go and leave me alone? If you forget about me
    If you leave my embrace
    I'll become a bird of the sea
    I'll be released into the grip of the waves
    I'll tell my heart to stay silent
    I'll go so everyone knows
    I'll go in the direction of the world
    Where you won't leave me alone

    If one day your name rings into my ear
    And your sorrow comes back to torture me again
    I'll persuade my heart to welcome your pains
    Let them all come back through my veins
    So I can sing for you once again

    If your heart wants us to be lovers again like the old days
    Sit together from dusk till dawn
    Your heart ought to gain colours
    To take on a melody again
    To take the colour of the kind of world
    Where you won't leave me alone

    If you want to stay with me
    Come while we are still young
    Come while there's still skin over my bones
    Don't let my heart stay lonely
    Let my nights get some colours
    To get its song back again
    To get the colour of that world
    Where you won't leave me alone

    If one day your name rings into my ear
    And your sorrow comes back to torture me again
    I'll tell my heart not to fight it
    To let your pain heal
    To go through my whole body
    So I can sing for you once again (Report) Reply

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