Treasure Island

vittal vandavasu

(November 4th 1994 / Hyderabad)

I shall love a poetess


Sometimes a poet is called a mad man
For he sees sinister,
Even a gentle graceful swan
And so I shall undo a spinster

A woeful heart,
Can understand a woeful heart
For they have felt being apart
And that is how love is to start

I want a like minded lass
I shall love a poetess
Together we shall write poems of loss
Or poems of bliss,
-An ode upon fulfillment of our wish
To each others might pose meekness

She will appreciate them,
The way I expected them to be
Her comment I shall take as a gem
There will be eccentric dreams we will long to see

Submitted: Saturday, September 26, 2009

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  • Adeline Foster (10/3/2011 3:44:00 PM)

    Ah- but is there not a bit of a poet in everyone. Just choose the right subject. You must read mine - An Acutely Obtuse Pythagorean Lyric -
    Adeline (Report) Reply

  • Robert Rorabeck (10/4/2009 1:29:00 AM)

    this is very good- much better than I could write at your age- stick to it and you'll only get better- best wishes. (Report) Reply

  • Philip Winchester (9/29/2009 4:55:00 AM)

    You are right to seek a Poetess,
    She will understand,
    She needs you as much as you need Her.
    Be patient 'Friend' she will soon be near you.
    My Wife of over Forty Years, has not a spark of Poet Interest.
    But I still Love her with all my Heart because I am 'Committed'
    Kind Regards
    Philip (Report) Reply

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