Bazi alis Subrata Ray
The Two Halves In One
The Two Halves In One.
Just for your sake I was born,
And had you not been,
How could I make love,
How could I feed Time to myself!
Your cyclic incarnations,
As the daily sun,
With budded hopes and warmth,
Petrol my vehicle.
I courted you to equal my illusions,
Knowing nothing of your identity,
And your home to me comes up,
A play house of appetite and rest.
Who cares the truth, -the idealized abstract ?
When beauty harvests chemistry's ecstasy,
And in deepening faith the mutual wantons fade,
Ah! love, -just for me You were made.
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