Tirupathi Chandrupatla


Please Realize Now


Neither you noticed
The message of my eyes
My love
Nor you heard
The plea of my heart.

Your sparkling image
Stays in my eyes
I'm in somniloquy
Don’t turn this love
Into a passing dream
My love
Please sleep in my eyes.

You’re my life
You’re my soul
Take pity in me
My love
Stay in the garden
Of my heart.

Please do not
Turn it into ashes
My love
Fill it with blooming flowers.

Wealth, I have not
To conquer the material world
An adoring heart, I do have
To rule the kingdom of love
Ask not for riches
My love
Leave not my heart.

I’ll lay flowers
Wherever you tread
Even if it takes me
On a thorny path.

Why do you live
In your own world,
While I truly feel
I'm all you in me?
How long will this wait be...
My love
Please realize it now.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Edited: Sunday, March 09, 2014

Topic(s): love


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