Those Fears - Poem by Tirtho Banerjee
We walked by the dancing ocean
With slow and heavy motion
Our ears untouched by the resounding roar
The love in our tired hearts did soar.
I clasped her faint hand in mine
My wan lips with her lips did twine
I said to her a dying word of hope
She with her pale eyes mutely spoke.
I rested my agitated breaths upon her breast
She hid her face in my whirling chest
A subdued sob emerged within our tears
We wept together lost in those natural fears.
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