Eesha Syed


The Candlelit Heart


Dark, night
glimmering with moonlight
Snow, cold
wrapped in gold
Silence, sweet
about to meet.....

Walking alone
with orange mirth cone
Passing while smiling
at footprints
As they emit smell of fresh roses

O Mine!
Now the path leading you
Is all cute and deep as blue
Since its the time to meet again
After those harsh episodes and pain!

O mine!
Am happier than the fields in summer
Reconnectin with you is making me a drummer!
Holding the sticks of rainbow bounties
With heart full of candies and love
Lets blow the candles of reunion kiss!
Lets cut the cake of chocolicity together!
Lets switch on lights of life anew!
Together!
Together!
Together!

Come O mine!
Let the dim light
At this Spring night
Shoot ecstasy to heights
With evergreen optimism in vanilla bites
And sips of ice tea wash all those fights!

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 28, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love


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Dedicated to Anushey Bukhari.

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