Thursday, March 18, 2010


Rating: 5.0
You said something, I didn't hear
You complain that the love seems gone
I shall not react, ask why or feel
I am gone somewhere, far into a land unknown
I have wished and wish and shall forever more
To touch the stardust, of the crab, the horse-head, the ring
Past each star that shines, I need to know its glow
Swirl in the galaxies, in wisps that shall someday be planets, and suns and on
I seem to have wandered off
The child in me, the explorer, once lost
In a bout with sentiments and bonds
I am adrift, in some unseen trails, of comets that often pass
Take me into your arms, make love to me
feed me, console me, teach me, all that I need to know about you
I wish to be one with you, and wish to explode
into a supernova, and merge into you
Ritesh Nair
Sheldon Saluta 18 March 2010
i do love the poem! the title itself is bizarrely alluring!
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