An Unspoken Desire - Poem by Chaitanya Dorwat
This is what happens when I think of you,
you concur all my thoughts, my words, my rhymes,
and I'm left with just your name written,
that I fear of; being lost in the boundless reigns of time.
I fear it would drift you away, in the cascade of your life;
the indolence of my desire unspoken,
and would hurt you if it's too late,
And I'd leave my promise broken.
But I await for that perfect moment to come,
when I'm assured; no fear would bound me to tell,
and then it will not be me;
but my heart; my love; your name would yell.
My words for you would never end,
but they are worthless without your read,
And I'd never love to befriend,
dismissal: an only enemy.
But I should know,
force is a sin in love,
and love: a gift to humanity,
But still I believe.
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