Ray Subrata Ray
A Lady’s Falling In Love By Ray Subrata - Poem by Ray Subrata Ray
The gestures and postures,
Were not enough to do,
In so many shows they were,
In meeting and dating went time,
But love never came near.
So many proposes,
Eye stirred satellite,
Cause- evoked rides,
With a rented groom,
A rented bride.
Yet love was not alright.
A discovery sudden,
But a discovery it was,
A lady meets and fusses
She declares her love,
Knowing not her harp,
But she plays on with
The following impossible words,
“I’ve fallen in love with you
And I will never let it go,
I love you more than anyone do,
I just had to let you know,
And if you wonder why,
I don’t know that I Will say,
But I will never stop loving,
You each and everyday “
The lover’s temptation at this rises,
He wished her, but never such a prize,
He replies with, quivering pen,
What may he loss and may he gain.
“Do you know love’s mystery,
Sorrowful is always its chemistry,
My infatuation may question your honor,
And your today’s mind may prove tomorrow’s bar,
It may claim the body’s lease,
With it soul’s glow may cease”,
“Nay nay it is my submission,
It would not drag you to nadir,
But with my ladder a promotion, ”
Mine is, I say, more than what appears,
Image of sweetness and light I would bear.
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