Bireswar Halder


Two Hearts In Unison


Let all roads close, come to me
I'll cast my eyes on you, after so long
The more I see you
The more you bloom
Your beaming face leaves me vibrant
Love was never so sacrosanct
Your face tenderly weaves more beauty
While dream overtakes me
So many silent words reach out for you
Dear, the heart beats to love's satiety
I am left speechless
Only shall I see you more and more.
Will see myself in your wondrous eyes
Two beating hearts will sing together
And blend in a realm of peace.
Let there be incessant rains
Let nature bare its glories
She'll leave in me a joyful earth
An eternal earth
Oh night! Do not slip into dawn
I'll serenade all through the night
And die upon her rosy lips
Till another earth is born
We'll sing love and be reborn.

Submitted: Friday, June 01, 2012
Edited: Friday, June 01, 2012

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