Treasure Island

Ananta Madhavan


The Bravura of her Wan Smile


'Suppose', he said to his image of her;
'Suppose I told you,
What I feel is not Love,
Would that help me erase
The bravura of your wan smile
And the spark from your caged eyes? '


'If I could say this,
Do you not know I feel
Something which may be more
Than what the world calls Love -
But a Spark that I trapped in my eyes? '

Submitted: Saturday, July 05, 2014

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