Empty Space - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
My body relishes the pride of an astronaut
When it roams like a somnambulist
On infinite space of your midnight heart,
By touching the stars of your emotions
With bare hands and lips.
While I bathe in the softness of moonlight
That your love radiates,
Passionate comets invite me to
Explore more of your invincible galaxies.
But my eyes only give birth to empty dreams,
When your heavy words make my pillow
Soaked with silent tears.
I wonder why I didn't realize before
This universe also possesses a black hole,
To swallow the strength of weak spirits like mine.
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