Savio Vogt

Rookie (26th dec 1992. / India)

About this night! Poem by Savio Vogt

This night is calm,
A joyful bliss,
Oh! my loved one do I miss,

Thoughts that know no meaning to end,
Thoughts that move and gently bend,

To the love of my heart,
That sings your name, when far apart,

That you may hear,
My sweet voice,
That you may feel,
I shed a tear!

Love, is such!
No one can tell,
Sometimes we enjoy heaven,
But! sometimes we taste hell,

Whatever is in store,
Is not for us to know,
That all we do,
Should be simple and true,

Only then can we see,
Love outshines all misery,

Until then we lay in peace,
Not disturbed by slimy grease!

Wait and wait,
Till its time,
When love hears my chime!

Come it shall,
To my aid,
Tis a promise has be made!

To my heart that lays in light,
To my heart that delights tonight!

Submitted: Thursday, January 5, 2012

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