hassan hayati


Hearts Tongue - Poem by hassan hayati

Today is dark but tomorrow,
Lots of suns and stars
Will bring the light and sweep the sorrow
If and if

Like a drop of thirsty dew,
In the petals of a red rose
Keep me in the arms of you

The scent of love, make it free,
The jasmine scent of your neck
For this blocked puzzle, this is the key

Make a safe cozy nest,
For my fevered heart and body
In your heart, on your velvet chest

Let our hearts talk through the eyes,
While the lips are closed
Hearts are familiar like birds in the skies

Today is dark but tomorrow,
Lots of suns and stars
Will bring the light and sweep the sorrow

Topic(s) of this poem: reconciliation

Form: Verse


Comments about Hearts Tongue by hassan hayati

  • (8/14/2019 1:15:00 AM)

    a nicely crafted piece (Report)Reply

    Hassan Hayati(8/14/2019 2:01:00 AM)

    this is kind of you. thanks.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 14, 2019


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