Sumeet Mukherjee


Let the love grow Poem by Sumeet Mukherjee


Meeting you, I thought would suffice
but the crave increases manifold
I thought it would slow down a little bit
But no it’s love, it’s love untold

Touching you, I thought would define
That now my peace will be found
Now my agonies with be healed
But no it’s love, it’s love unbound

Kissing you, I thought is all I want
But the emotions run unabated
I try to defy my every thought
But no it’s love, it’s love unaffected

Holding you, I thought would prevent
Prevent me from the thoughts of my own
How so hard I try to resist
But no it’s love, it’s love unknown

Just give back my peace, just fix up my pain
Tell this heart to slow down a bit, but all things go in vain

Tell me how to block my heart, tell me how to calm my mind
Tell me how to avoid this tear, but no it’s love, it goes unwind

Submitted: Thursday, August 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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