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rajagopal haran

Rookie (21.04.1962 / Tiruchirapalli-Tamilnadu-India)

077.The Magic of Now


Not satisfied eating up my heart
You are swallowing up our dreams
Whether asleep or awake
Sitting on my brows
Disallowing any movement!

Trying to find the mile stones of my life
Found that stone in place of thy body
Hiding thy bosom, behind those curtains!

Your body blossoms as the petals of a flower
Upon my touching your hands with love,
While the eyes bloom at the behest of my glance!

Craving for the honey in the abode of thy lips
After starving in silence and prowling in darkness,
Outstretching my hands I land up in your lap!

The shadow of your soul conceals my being;
As I forget the language love losing its expression
You infuse energy with the amalgamation of lips!
Let me fall asleep inside thy eyes
Where my spirit can find its eternity!


1 8 2010

Submitted: Sunday, August 01, 2010
Edited: Sunday, August 01, 2010

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  • Rookie Scott Clark (8/1/2010 10:56:00 AM)

    'Your body blossoms as the petals of a flower' and 'Let me fall asleep inside thy eyes' are very memorable. This poem makes me think of my past and the initiation of Love. (Report) Reply

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