Aminath Neena

(Male')

Do You Believe Me?


Would you believe my claim
If I said our souls came
from another distinct place
of another extinct space?

I can feel you
As the insects feel the satin of flowers
I can feel you
As the flowers feel the touch of rain drops
I can feel you
As the rain feels the presence of its clouds
I can feel you
As the clouds feel the absence of its vapour from the sea
I can feel you
As the sea feels the distort of its dashing waves
I can feel you
As the waves feel the calmness of its foam
I can feel you
As the foam feels the craving of its plankton

Do you still have any doubts
on my claim of our whereabouts
in another distinct place-
at another extinct space?

Submitted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Topic(s): love


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