Yamini Khanna


' Feelings '


Did you know my Heart does feel

The Love through the voice, and the words that you weave
The Vulnerability of emotions and listlessness in the speech
The flicker of your heartbeat, throbbing quickly

Did you know my Eyes do see -

The Passion in the eyes, like a storm raging deep
The Pain in your eyes, when uncerainties taint the dream
The Poetry of the images, that click in the reel

Did you know my Heart still misses a beat

When your fingers down my spine run
When deep inside of me, my name you hum
Groan, Moan intertwined, as though bee stung

Submitted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 10, 2013

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