Bijay Kant Dubey


Try To Love Your Sister Too/ Remember Your Small Sister Too, What's It In Amorous Love?


You are devastated after love in such a way,
After your career and availing of opportunities,
The craze for modernity and modern living
And the charms of it
That you have no time,
Almost no time to look after
The little sister of yours
Expecting your return,
Ever waiting, ever expecting,
When will eldest brother return to?

Try to love your sister,
Your small, but loving sister too,
Not only feeling the pleasure of being
In love with mad, mad, maddening beloved
And that too far from the madding crowd not,
Into the midst of,
In the park, the cinema hall,
At the picnic spot, on the mobile handset,
Feeling, talking and smiling,
Going to moon and landing on it,
By being into the world of love and romance,
Magnetic and sensational,
Full of thrill and suspense,
Suppose you them detectives in love, in whispers.

Don't be mad, mad, so madly after love,
Lost in thinking about her,
Dreaming about and smiling within
Like a half-addict,
Try to think of your sister you too
Or you will forget her so easily
After getting your love,
But may I request you,
Try to love your sister too,
Your small sister expectant and waiting for so earnestly.

Submitted: Sunday, March 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love

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