Kaushal Lovesmith

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An Angel...Breath Of Life... - Poem by Kaushal Lovesmith

Angel Of Love
Breath Of LIFe...

I saw her
In my dream.

I decided
To search my destiny.

I asked the sky
Do you know her
I saw her smile
Over your lips.

He said no
She never saw
My girl.

I asked
This cold breeze
You have the essence
Of my girl.

Have you met
He said no
He did not meet
My girl.

I asked the blooming
Flowers of earth
Where is my girl.

You have all
Her colors.

They said
They don't know
I wanted to listen more.

I went to the ocean
I said
You are singing
My girl's song
Where is she
Let me meet.

I love her so much
I saw her in my dream
I want to marry.

Ocean smiled
And said,

Oh poor boy
How innocent your are,

The beauty of moon
And stars
And whole universe
Breath with her.

The music of waves
The beauty that amaze
Is the reflection of her.

If she will
Marry with you
How this world
Will remain beautiful.

I had tears
In my eyes
She came.

And she said
She believes
The love is true
You searched me
In your heart
I can't see your tears
Now I am here.

She was the my girl
I saw her in dream
Like an angel
Breathing in front of me.

She kissed my lips
And said
I can't marry you.

But always with you
In your heart
In your breath.

I will wait here
For your soul
When we will be
To make this universe
To fill our colour Of love
In the lives of everyone.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

©Poet Lovesmith 16 January 2014.

Comments about An Angel...Breath Of Life... by Kaushal Lovesmith

  • (1/24/2014 5:15:00 AM)

    I read your poem with interest and it has a certain magic of its own. Any outpouring of love is never wasted. In your poem the reader detects a lot of effort and love toward the girl in the dream who mighthappen to be an angel as well. But she can't marry. Oh that's a shame. But the love wasted? Not really it helps recovery for another time.
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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 24, 2014

Poem Edited: Friday, January 24, 2014

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