Shiv Raj Pradhan

In Between You And Me

. In Between You And Me

In between you and me
There is an untraced tie
And I really love to be
With none, but lone to lie.

Some unpronounced tinge of tone
Pervades over this court,
Passes to unseen sail of alienation
Which is but, certainly, a common course
But yet there curiosity slips, out of hymn
And at this side, I really love to be
A curious paddler
To discover a tale of time.

In between eye and dream
There is hidden something
And I really love to be
Exposed there, as buzzless ring.

The spilled moment at around
In posture of companyless fun
Lit on smile of veiled compose,
But still, at way aside, enticing tone
Of unexposed feelings
Sails out of illustrated order
And there, I really love to be
In orderless segregation
To be case of virgin coo
In exception next.

In between hug and kiss
There difference is subtle
And I really love to be
A classic brief, in overall.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: beauty

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I wrote this poem when I was struck by some hidden sense of beauty.I wrote this poem to re look into the beauty when there was some moment of different dirves.Further I wrote this poem when, I was alone sitting by side of cheering beauty. I dedicate this poem to beauty- seekers. I was inspired to write this poem by beauty around my life ring.

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