-I have come to see thee-
I have come to see thee after a prolonged illness,
I have come to say thee goodbye.
The day for me is consumed though I was not alive
I have come to see thee for a moment,
I will go far away leaving this gross garment.
I have come to see in thee my bygone days,
Thy coyness and the fondness thou have for me.
I have come to sit by thy side for a moment and for all,
To remember my boyhood days and to feel my heart full of love.
Thou may not feel good for me and my foolish thought,
Thou would be busy doing this and that,
Thou would feel akward for my sudden presence,
Or think something of the marketplace.
Thou would be busy to say me bye for thy household affair.
Thou may not look into my eyes or my heart that for thee became mad.
I have come to sit by the side of thy heart,
To revive for a moment same mutual love,
To see thy face that made every night full of sweet dreams.
I have come to see thy face with suspended breath that contained the whole sky.
I have come see my former self that was kept in thy self.
In thy glance furtive and secret my whole life is engrained,
I have come to collect my last greeting of farewell that thy heart carefully kept.
In thy glance furtive and secret my whole life is engrained, I have come to collect my last greeting of farewell that thy heart carefully kept.
reading thy poetry I am quite sure Shakespeare would bow to thou his soul quivering some how as it does thou wonderment we all endow of thy poetry wow
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
Very beautiful poem............ thanks