Bireswar Halder


CONVERGENCE


Every passing moment you grow in heart
You bloom as a flower in garden of my breath
Life becomes a spring, a river of energy

A beacon light and a moon to show the path
One birth it appears, we are in a bond for eternity
This beautiful earth and beyond, will be ours

We live together in a same house closely
But always remain as separate islands
And no way of convergence at all.

I will come over and meet you, my dear
But find no trace and solution easily
Where's the disgrace, when we're seeking grace?

I loiter everywhere for traces of your footstep,
I hear your silent songs buzzing from your heart
Will you please open the door, my dear?

Submitted: Thursday, December 06, 2012

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