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Aftab Alam

(15 th April 1967 / , , RANCHI,)

I love to Die


I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

I am in her eyes
Leave me guys
My breath is high
Let me fly
I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

I am melting now
Don’t ask how?
She is my earth
I am her sky
I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

What you call love!
Where is my Dove?
Me in dream
It’s not a lie
I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

Sonnet of mine
Ode is thine
O my blue
Here I cry
I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

Just you trust
I killed my lust
Lush of Lord
Only I imply
I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

Dew from the cusp
An ornamental tusk
O virtue of mine
Peace I try
I love to die, killing my shy
Universe in me, ask not why?

Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013

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