Treasure Island

Aftab Alam

(15 th April 1967 / , , RANCHI,)

You and Me


You and me
Let us be kids
Run behind the butterfly
Like free air,

No feeling
Whether male or female
No touch sensation
No lust
kiddy's love
An angel
Nature’s slave
Let us be Water
Sing as brook sings
A free flow,
A heifer leap on meadows
Heaven's home without roof
Without any windows

Fight and forget
Mirth is worth
Let us laugh like flower
Away from worries
Have a heifer run, on the meadows
And queen on the bed
Through quilt of hug and embarrass
Light the candle of love
Through your breath hot
And with trembling petals
Drop, dew through the cusp

Let us come and be one
You and me
A symbol of unity
Transparent; like a soul
Unseen from the Body
Away from the world
Silently, silently
A souls silence

Submitted: Saturday, October 12, 2013
Edited: Thursday, November 21, 2013

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