Treasure Island

Sowkoor Nischal Shetty

(25 - 09 -1987 / Udupi, Karnataka, India.)

First Time


First time I saw you
my heart melted down
With no words coming up
I stood still for a second
With shivering hands
and a smile on my face
I slowly held you in my arms
feeling my world resting in my palms...

With no bounds to happiness
and unable to jump in joy
I held you close to me
feeling the warmth in your touch
The pretty eyes of yours
looking at the world unknown
Showed me my future flowing
in the direction of light...

Tears rolled down my cheeks
unable to bear the happiness
Light I felt for a while
even though you rested in my arms
The bond that I found between us
grew stronger by the second
Would do anything in life just to
get that feeling of first time again...

Submitted: Thursday, May 09, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 09, 2013

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