Treasure Island

Neela Nath


If You Love Me


If you love me,
Kill me just to turn
me into dust, and when there
will be the moonlit night,
throw into water my
body's burnt ash!
I can't just stand the
agony, I'm getting everyday,
Burn my perishable cage,
to fly the soul away!
I won't come to this
sorrowful world and
I swear, I won't love
this nature again...
For nature's love I
have come many times,
just to cry in pain!

Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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  • The Reader (8/30/2012 9:09:00 PM)

    D.I.F.F.E.R.E.N.T...............For nature's love I
    have come many times,
    just to cry in pain!

    not a eulogy on Nature...but it is about it...naure poems have taken a different shape....with a mixture of sadness n regrets of modern life too.......... (Report) Reply

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