Treasure Island

Sabbani Laxminarayana

You are mine my dear

You are mine my dear
They all say: No
Though you are mine
I could not see you
I could not reach you
I could not meet you
I could not talk to you
Though you are mine
They say it is enough for you.
Yes, it is enough for me
Because you are mine
Your body and mind is one I know
In my breath, in my sleep you are with me
They see the outer world
I see the inner world
You and I are one
They don’t know the philosophy of love
Philosophy of love and philosophy of life is same
How pity! They live only for physical needs
But we live for love
Love is life
what I gained and what I lost, it is love
love is the princple and philosophy of life
It is here what I learned from you
That is love
You are mine my dear
It is enough for me
I don’t want immence properties
It is enough for me to be with you in your lap
As a child I play with you
As an adult I enjoy with you
As a middle aged person I take journey with you
As an old age boy I take rest with you
I feel you are mine always
It is enough for me

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2014

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Love is life what I feel.

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