Shruti Goswami


Intertwined - Poem by Shruti Goswami

In the dream I dreamt,

I dreamt of you,

And saw you dreaming

Of me too,

Like a thunder flash,

That tears the sky,

Or the bloom of rose,

Slid silent by.

Like the pollen grains,

I grace the wind;

And in your dreams,

I spread my wings.

This eagle flight,

And feelings latent;

That moonlit night;

And moonbeams nascent.

In my dreams, like rolling thunder,

Lightning strikes,

It is an original wonder.

And when it strikes

The eagle in flight

Oh breaks her wings;

She feels the bite.

Comes falling she,

From soaring heights

I break in sweat,

Deep in the night.

It's just a dream,

But the frosty bite;

Just lingers on;

Still gives a fright.

And do you know,

What I still dream?

I dream you still

Do dream of me.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2012



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