hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)


She appeared from no where to say “hello”
I was in dilemma whether to retrace or follow
But she was special to me in many respects
I had to restrain as she was busy with religious act

“You are now rare entity” I complained
“Even rarer than almighty” I maintained
I could not make out what she had in mind
I peeped more with her to find

I have kind affection
It is some sort of new relation
Neither have I had given name
Nor made any reference or claim

“She may reject straight away” I fear
“I move with and find cautious way”
But I know from heart that she too feels
Wants to talk and remain with me at will

It is magnificent pull
At present there prevails lull
But to certain extent it is successful
As she comes often to make me joyful

I have opened up like fresh flower
With petals as if to welcome and offer
Extend wishes and make known the desire
I fear she may not admire

I believe “where there is will there is way”
Even though she may be far and away
I have natural feeling and attachment
I shall wait for to come and personally comment

Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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