Avik Datta Gupta

Bronze Star - 2,011 Points (2nd April 1970 / KOLKATA)

Fire & Ice - Poem by Avik Datta Gupta

How earnestly you smile..
Deep into the chasms of my being..
Garmented in the light of moonlight radiance
Precipitating on my lips..
Like gentle flowers crimson blossomed
Shivering at the touch of taste
Your voice is low and I hear your call
As cloven lips leads to the world...
That I can't see...but I can feel it coming..
As I fight for my breath and you are all over me
My arms are all open wide for your soft embrace
My heart pounds as I see myriad expressions of your face
As I cry out to God in ecstacy
And flow out of myself into you.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 10, 2010

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