Laxman Rao

Rookie - 354 Points (Bangalore)

The Fear Of Falling In Love


When thou feel impressed
Feel the fear of losing self
It’s the fear of falling in love.

When thou hast that feel
Thy avoid being expressed
To behold thine pride.

The inferior psyche and the virtuous mind
Conceals the feel. Yet it’s the body
That stumbles to have it conveyed right?

An expression by act is as half heard
Than fully said…so what’s your say?

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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when a person falls in love hes sure going through this........

Comments about this poem (The Fear Of Falling In Love by Laxman Rao )

  • Rookie - 264 Points Dilantha Gunawardana (4/4/2014 5:32:00 AM)

    I love the honesty in the poem.............sometimes, it's not the love of fear that exists, but the fear of losing ourselves in what's reciprocated..........perhaps, the fear of finding an imposter as your soul mate..........a dilemma for all romantics: -) ..............very nice poem! (Report) Reply

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