Tsewang Dorjee

I Love You - Poem by Tsewang Dorjee

How precious and sweet?
Tender and sensitive,
Delicious and delicate
“I love you”
...is sweet.
But, blended with poison.
I love you...
With hearts’ velocity,
Bodies’ vitality.
Chemical reaction
Heart to heart,
Wounds infectious,
Germs of infatuation
An excursion...
on void imagination.
No rhyme and meter
Still poetry to measure,
Depth of two hearts,
Words with magic,
Melodious as music,
Two hearts, lyric
beats without logic.
No arguments,
But lust...
pouring innocent kiss
Sharing the fragrance of lips.
Burning like pancake.
Both hearts fired,
Mysterious and miracles
But an illusion,
Unsolved solution.
I love you continues,
I love you,
Two hearts combination,
Never ends.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 25, 2005

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