Tara Acharya

Rookie - 25 Points (June 30,1981 / India)

Colours Of Love - Poem by Tara Acharya

The distance is far,
Cannot be measured
The hearts are two,
Miles apart
The feelings so pure,
They are one for sure
How hard I may try,
This love won’t stop
Your colors of love,
Have filled my life
Violet, indigo, blue
Green, Yellow, Orange
Red looks so bright
In our land of light
Without saying a word
You speak a lot
Without touching me ever
You touch my soul
In the stillness of night
When I embrace you and sleep
No land so beautiful
No touch so wonderful
No smell so sweeter
No breath so warmer


Comments about Colours Of Love by Tara Acharya

  • (6/30/2009 1:36:00 AM)

    The imaginative colorful thoughts on love show the
    bondage between the poetess and the one she adores
    very firm. Love is indeed very much pure if one shows
    tenderness and the more you are polite, it will come
    and shield you very artfully and present its softness to
    the loving souls.....10/10
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  • Barry A. Lanier (2/20/2009 6:24:00 AM)

    a creative and beautiful description of love.....bravo (Report)Reply

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  • premji premji (1/16/2009 5:14:00 AM)

    taraa,
    feel the other side of love also....
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  • Armando Guzman (7/30/2007 12:14:00 AM)

    The beauty of new love the start of a wild ride
    the soft murmur of their voice that set look in
    their eyes that rush of not knowing what lies ahead
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  • (3/6/2007 1:50:00 AM)

    the real beauty of poetry is untold words and its convivals
    Without saying a word
    You speak a lot
    Without touching me ever
    You touch my soul
    In the stillness of night
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 27, 2011


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