Aminath Neena

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Song of a woman

May I


along your path

linger upon your warmth

lather you within my hearth

smother you with my saccharine breath

someday, in this lifetime?

Can I

trace a line

across pacified lips

paint a flower over mollified lids

cover you along in candy nips

shower you a bit with maple sips

someday in this life time?

Could I

enclose you

within my silky hold

enfold you within a fiery mould

engrave you in my heart, in bold

embrace you, with my nuptial gold

someday in this life time?

Should I

scurry alongside you

as your best

entomb my head on your chest

make this my eternal quest

forget about just the rest

someday in this life time?

Would you mind

If I carefully,

picked your art

tenderly, loved you for a start

simply, bedazzled you apart

gently, touched your heart

someday in this life time?

Will you,

for once, belong to me

mind, heart and body

to be my one and only

so that I may smile in glee

to receive this heavenly decree

someday, in this life time?

Submitted: Sunday, June 08, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: songs of life

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