Neelapu Suresh

Rookie - 34 Points (Andhra Pradesh, India)

Sometimes - Poem by Neelapu Suresh

My heart says, go, meet her
I take a step; I falter to a stop.

Sometimes my heart reasons with me;
sometimes I reason with my heart.

How long we have been separated, my beloved!
You look at me so and my intentions are as nothing.

The moon's wealth lies in the moonlight's fame.
But since losing you it has seemed to me that,
if you're not here, there's nothing else in life.

Do you know now how much,
in my heart of hearts, I regret?

Sometimes my heart reasons with me;
sometimes I reason with my heart.

How beautiful were those days when we were together,
and your arms were within my touch.

In you, beloved, and you alone, are my day and night.
But you are so far above me, my dearest darling.

Now there is nothing binding us;
it's not possible to get you back.
Even thinking about it, I fret.

Sometimes my heart reasons with me;
sometimes I reason with my heart.

My heart says, go, meet her
I take a step; I falter to a stop.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013


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