Bijay Kant Dubey


The Song From The Heart


In a very sweet and sonorous voice, sing you, say you,
Said she the girl in a golden and nasal sound of her own,

Do you love me? Do you love me?
The voice coming from the heart and its deep within
Yes, I love you, I love you,
Came the answer reverberating from the other side.

Again,
Sing it again, ladies and gentlemen, said the announcer,
Do you love me? Do you love me?
Yes, I love you, I love you.

Do you love me? Yes, I love you.
Do you love me? Yes, I love you,
The beloved went on asking in a very singsong voice of her own
And the coampanion too went on saying lyrically.

O, it was a nice combination to see the hearts meeting,
Feeling good to see them united! ,
Came the comment from the elderly audience.

Submitted: Sunday, September 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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  • Veteran Poet - 2,690 Points Rajnish Manga (11/16/2014 10:19:00 AM)

    Several lines of this poem have been lifted from your own poem Love Me, Love Me, You Just Love Me. 'Do you love me? ' is the poet's repeated refrain but towards the end you lalk about the meeting of hearts. You could have treated the subject with a greater sense of maturity. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Princess Lilypad (9/1/2013 10:05:00 AM)

    Just fantastic. I adore this poem with its callings. Lilting and angelic but direct regarding the sad resounding and repeated doubt. Love the match made for this wondering woman. Happy end with a match to cancel out potential despair and lack of validation. We all need it. Lovely just lovely. I invite you to read my writing nymph, the characters do very much parallel one another.well done. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Princess Lilypad (9/1/2013 10:05:00 AM)

    Just fantastic. I adore this poem with its callings. Lilting and angelic but direct regarding the sad resounding and repeated doubt. Love the match made for this wondering woman. Happy end with a match to cancel out potential despair and lack of validation. We all need it. Lovely just lovely. I invite you to read my writing nymph, the characters do very much parallel one another.well done. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Princess Lilypad (9/1/2013 10:03:00 AM)

    Just fantastic. I adore this poem with its callings. Lilting and angelic but direct regarding the sad resounding and repeated doubt. Love the match made for this wondering woman. Happy end with a match to cancel out potential despair and lack of validation. We all need it. Lovely just lovely. I invite you to read my writing nymph, the characters do very much parallel one another. (Report) Reply

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