Abhishek Pramanik

Rookie (05-11-1990 / Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India)

An Unknown Fragrance Poem by Abhishek Pramanik


She dwelt in my heart like an unknown fragrance
Like rainbows dancing onto my bosom,
Magnificient was her touch and pure ambience
Like tulips in naked fields, yet to blossom.

Her shadow casted a veil so thick
On my breath, my senses and my face
My heart always stood so quick
To notice and protect her inevitable grace.

We were two wild birds in a random forest
Two clouds unnoticed in a sunny day;
I was the throbbing beat and she was the breast
Two souls in a single flesh, as u may say!

Unending pavements we walked and crossed
Time flying to our heels unknown;
Her thoughts, my mind, touched and tossed
The winds of bliss had finally blown.

Seasons of the past had not granted such a pleasure
As her touch which had done so far;
Her words and giggles were really a treasure
All darkness she drove like a shining star.

They say the heavens bless and make a pair
We humans have no role to play;
The essence of love is an essence so rare
Live it, protect it and just have it your way.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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