Empty Heart - Poem by Tribhuvan Mendiratta
Shut out of my heart
My love is far from me,
None can fill its hidden empery:
Dawn of my dream has won,
The riches out of Fairy lands;
All are buried with bridled sun.
I am in a narrow place,
And all its streets are cold,
Absence of her face has robbed
The sullen air of gold.
At times I see my heart glistening
With a flowered odor of undying spring:
Living alone though in a crowd,
Sweet madness of the springs I miss,
Shed beyond that clear laughter,
My lips feel that elusive kiss:
And from me my joy parts,
I wait the key of my heart: -
Oh! I am shut out of my own heart
Because, you are far from me.
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