Treasure Island

Ankur Thakur

(13-10-1994 / Samastipur & New Delhi)

Am Coming To Take You Away

Saw you; all happened once again,
Now it's you to have filled my entire empty brain,
Hope, just like strangers we don't drench in rain,
(if you see me this time, come holding an umbrella ;))
Now I will not let you slid off my chain.

Let us sail to a heaven different from this,
Where birds and flowers would cheer our every kiss,
Where our bond will be that of water and fish,
Where even for a moment, each other we do not miss!

Come; let our love and desires meet,
Becoming one like two thin wet paper sheets,
One step I would take other your ankleted feet,
Life would tread on a flowery fragrant street!

Love! Now I bend on my knees with a bouquet,
I see a foetus of happiness in your eyes signalling okay,
Hold your breathe for I've put forward my foot today,
Am coming running to take you away!

Submitted: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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A poem written to describe circumstances of a boy and a girl, who were friends earlier but then somehow drifted away.

However oneday they again get glimpses of each other and behold! love has bloomed in their hearts' isle!

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