Aman Mulji

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The Curtain

Amongst spirits, I whirl to find her,

Under a sea of blue so yawning,

Bitter Love

Seasons come and go and days pass us by,
Time is ready but here I stand,
Long wait time, she cannot see,
And long live her breath in my memory to be,

The Monarch Beauty

How come the Rose spared in the void of its death?
How come the still Rose utter “I love you” in a sinister set,
Is it true that the Rose is where true beauty resides?
Perhaps one should respond this moment,

Untitled (You And Me)

Goodwill falls to allow you and I to be,
You are awe-inspiring when stained in my heart,
To treasure such a queen in the midst of my shadows,
Even when the abyss is yawning to keep us apart.

Since She Buried Misery

Such a night of reverence may I be with her,
And the closing hour of Misery’s cruelty in the prime of my delight,
The time may be the most precious after all,
But who repeal turmoil of loneliness?


Wendy Thopliss 31 May 2011

A very interesting poem Aman

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