Vivek Tiwari (23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)
TO MY SWEET WIFE NIDHI
365 dawns rose the sun
With morning glory, and golden evenings
Rode away fanning comfort on the back of bright noon
And reigned her realm of starlit sky
Every night the empress moon.
Sprouting the seeds, and watering the plants
And helping them bloom and scatter fragrant
Four beautiful seasons their races did run
And blessed us stand here at this point
With a year's span-United One.
Blessed with joy of every morning
Warmth of every bright noon
Peace supplied with every evening
And sharing dinner at every night
With love beyond all worrying.
You came into my life like Nature's dearest Darling
The Mistress Season, to form the life of Nature a new
Beginning with Winter's planning root
And handling her task rest to Autumn
To pass it to Spring's blitherest function
And Summer to bless with bright perfection.
Holding your hands my Sweetheart Darling
I feel my heart so overwhelming
With love you blow, you spray, you shower
Maddening with fragrance my overall being.
How can I share my heart
For the treasure that lacks the words
For words are not worth to share
All the pleasure heart doth bear!
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