C. P. Sharma

(July 12,1941 / Bissau, Rajasthan)

I have found my Valentine


Both of us by love chord bound,
End to end eternity surround(s) ,
In all births I have Him found,
Howsoever strange, it may sound.

Meeting of lips,
Love nectar sips,
All doubts clips,
In Oneness dips.

Since several births I am in His heart,
From birth to birth we never part,
In each birth new role we start,
But the truth is, we are One heart.

Waiting and yearning love waves generate,
Kisses and embraces its rhythm create,
Sense of duality in us eliminate,
Thus, we go on from date to date.

Dear, we are One, we shall ever be One,
None can ever break our union.
I have found my Valentine,
All His fragrance is now mine.

My Valentine has so big heart,
You also can be His sweet-heart.
Ambrosial feast my Valentine will host,
You are welcome to present Him a toast.

He will bless all those who come,
Patiala peg of bliss will be your rum.

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2008

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  • Rookie - 77 Points Ana Zaldivar (8/11/2009 4:37:00 AM)

    Very Beautiful, all your poems are.. I've been reading a lot of them.. they are all inresting and captivating... you seem to chose the exact words for all of them.. very touching too.. and most of them get to make you think about the reality of this world.. Keep it like that, I will always be intrested to read :) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 69 Points Rudy Hossam (8/2/2008 5:39:00 AM)

    wow that poem is so romantic.....it really shows love
    i was so astonished it really touched my heart (Report) Reply

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