C. P. Sharma
Darling Dove - Poem by C. P. Sharma
Cast away all anguish, moist and dew
It's springtime, shine in sprightly hue
Come darling dove, alight into my arms
With hugs and kisses cast your charms.
Will you build for me a nest,
So on soft moss we may seek our rest?
As limbs and lips and love entwine
Will your heart beat as fast as mine?
In your silken curls my heart twirls
On your rosy red lips my joy furls
When my body your curves meets
Warmly my heart my love greets.
So, on our bed, beneath the sky
Together we contented lie,
Just as the birds who fly above,
We are free to express our love.
By I C S Clark & Chandra Prakash Sharma
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