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S.D. TIWARI

(December.1955 / India)

You are my humming bird


You are my hummingbird!
Always keep on humming in my ears.
Your memories hover in my mind,
You are apart in golden time of year.

You are nectar of sweet petals
And so sweetened is your hymn.
Since the day you have come in life
I always chirp your name’s chime.

Your are enjoying serenity of orchard
I am roaming around uneasy troubled.
You may get many, even the celebrities
But only for you, I remain bothered.

Spring has set in, I keep on waiting you,
Cool breeze comes to me and whisper.
Take your care or dry like tree of desert
Very soon, is going to arrive, the summer.

Have you forgotten my swoop shows
I used to show to accept me your mate.
Come to me my dear bird, humming,
For two of us, I have ready a pretty nest.

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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