Rohan Roy

Rookie (03-07-1992 / Kolkata)

Speak Quietly Poem by Rohan Roy


Speak more quietly
Because one could hear us well
The world is not ready for your tender words
The world is not ready for us
They would quiet simply say that we are insane

Speak more quietly, but still speak
Of the insane love, of the strong love
That we passionately share
Born out of your tender care
Because one could surprise us well

You know very well
The world would never understand
That in our hearts
We found that thing
Which the world refused to give us

Speak quietly love
I'll hold u close to my heart
The era of our love would start
We are in a world of our own
Sharing the love, which no-one have ever known

Submitted: Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Edited: Thursday, December 15, 2011

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  • Rookie Golaka Acharya (12/1/2010 9:01:00 PM)

    The trepidations in the heart of a poet and lover in our society is probably more than any other man.The society and the love-all are as fragile as the mirror.Great thought.Thanx.I love to read such neat presentations. (Report) Reply

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