In Love, Still Poem by Unnikrishnan Sivasankara Menon

In Love, Still

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We lie
Looking
In each other's eyes,
As sleep eludes them.
You
At fifty five
Have the same
Beautiful eyes
That you looked
At me first with.
No charms lost.

Earlier in the day
Our little daughter said
She's in love.
Little daughter
No longer-
A woman
Grown up,
Now we realise,
And she is in love.

We
Still
Are.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Izzy F 30 January 2023

So cute and wonderful.

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Grateful to you, dear poet.

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Richard Wlodarski 13 January 2023

In revisiting this poem, I'm in awe of those who love, and cherish, the sacred institution of marriage. All the power to you and your wife, Poet Menon!

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Thank you Richard. Marriage is one institution, we Indians respect, even now.

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Keilani Poetry 13 January 2023

So beautiful and moving, dear poet. So nicely penned.

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This, dear poet, is an ode to the institution of marriage. Thank you

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This,

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Rob Lamberton 13 January 2023

Love is the glue that holds us together! Thank you for testifying to its durability! *****

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Love endures, Sir. Undoubtedly.

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 13 January 2023

Lovely Write Top 5 TFS

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Unnikrishnan Sivasankara Menon

Unnikrishnan Sivasankara Menon

PUTHENCHIRA, KERALA, INDIA
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