Piyush Dey

(India)

Beloved, beloved, o my beloved


Beloved, beloved, o my beloved,
You are like an angel's wings,
which flies in my lonely heart
like the ashes of an uncertain thing.
You are like heavenly beauty,
Your eyes so innocently beautiful.
You are like a fluorescence in a dark night.
Beloved, beloved, o my beloved,
The beats of your heart are nothing
but the breath of my being.
The fragrance of your hair
is like the aroma of an eternal tree.
Beloved, beloved, o my beloved,
That voice of yours sings
the song of the right, which
shivers me every little indelible night.
The grace of your passion-
is but the spirit of my young heart.
The existence of yours is the life
of mine.
Beloved, beloved, o my beloved,
The day my love will die for you-
Can never come in any history.
Not in any stupid orbit of the Universe.
Beloved, beloved, o my beloved,
You will see me loving you far above my breath.

Submitted: Friday, February 14, 2014

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