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HABEEBURAHMAN Thaliyil

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If My Waiting Ends In Your Arms By Death Let Me Die


Take me from anything you like;
But not your love and my desire for you
Without, I am nothing but a form flesh
Shadows, we were once each other.

What did I do to hate me like a foe?
Be my friend at least, or speak to me once.
I love you more than myself still!
FOURTEEN years was but passing of my youth.

The black dressed white angel
The moment we know we were the mates of lost love
Still it sparks in me like your blue eyes
Eyes, the beauty of the heaven were in yours!

Come my beloved, my warmest welcome,
My hottest kisses awaits your hardest bites
'The bliss of my solitude' yet, all but a memory.
You are my destination, you are my world

If my waiting ends in you by death, let me die at once.
To be in your arm again,
To be your baby, lull me in your lap, oh, lady lull me,
Love is but a moment of being God ourselves.


I love you still for some strange unknown reasons,
I pray I know not, I know not yet.
If you turn up in the rain from the clouds of love.
I wish, I wish but in vain, in vain …..I know!

Take me from anything you like;
But not your love and my desire for you
Without, I am but a form of flesh
Shadows, we were once each other.

Submitted: Monday, October 22, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 22, 2012

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  • Rookie A B (10/22/2012 2:16:00 AM)

    good 1...strong desire to be in the arms of our loved one is depicted very nicely thru this poem (Report) Reply

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