Alok Mishra

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A Love Song - Poem by Alok Mishra

I remember the first time I saw her
Her hair dark, curled and fallen

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  • Subrat Pradhan Love-immortal (7/30/2012 9:50:00 PM)


    Why not try reading my love book and comment pls. (Report) Reply

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  • (4/23/2012 3:40:00 AM)


    Goddess of Venus,
    symbol of femininity,
    fertile and a beauty,
    Hir is not a lady,
    to bear you a baby,
    My question is simple,
    Do you have the desire ample?
    No is not bad,
    Yes is good,
    but cheating hir,
    in the name of love,
    is very very bad.
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  • (4/23/2012 3:33:00 AM)


    Fire,
    Do you fear?
    But only in tales
    I used to hear!
    Never of this, I fear.
    Now Hir,
    My passions who behold,
    About my devotion for her
    You must be told!
    None but the goddess Venus...
    I be afraid of fire?
    For the one I breathe for!
    For the one I want to sink in
    Never need the shore!
    And know the world,
    You too my dear mother,
    Your son is not a coward.
    I love to live, to get my aim
    Not the air castle, I mere claim!


    I do not own her, she doesn't own me! We complete each other. We are together only in existence! So we are coming sine the eternity to love each other...
    Alok Mishra
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  • (4/23/2012 2:14:00 AM)


    Would you really own hir?
    in front of the fire,
    leaving all the dire,
    to the eternal bliss or
    just a trial mire! ! !
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  • (4/19/2012 1:25:00 PM)


    Beautiful! Indeed a very sweet poem here I read! Loved this one (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2012

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 27, 2012


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