A Lover's Appeal - Poem by Rajesh Thankappan
The planets in the sky mingle
With the stars both dull and bright,
Merges and mingle do rivers with the ocean
After the hurdles they encounter and crosses,
My sweet heart, why not you mingle your love with mine!
Burn all our differences to ashes
Bury it in the marshes,
Hey! Behold the cloud and the hilltop together rest
Bridging their distance with their efforts best
My sweet heart; why not you merge your heart with mine!
Love! Observe the darkness being dispelled
And glorious sunlight outspread her wings
If such things on earth can everyday happen
Why not you now become mine!
Why not you now surrender your mind!
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