nanditha srinivasa

Hollow Groom - Poem by nanditha srinivasa

Amidst eternal blue, came

Speeding my hallow groom.

Mentioned did I, that hallow he was;

Just for he cared on every inch I had…!

Bristling through my pearls,

He left no dirt.

I was still on bed, when he rendered this out-

“just digest it dear”.

He loved me more, than I loved my whole.

Where else to rest but his arms, I taught.

Reaching our sixties, no children had we,

And now I realized - love was pure

Between he and me

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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