Arti Chopra

Rookie (16 Nov 1953 / Jammu)

Its There.... All The While - Poem by Arti Chopra

its there,
in your touch,
in your glance,
in your smile,

its there,
in your warmth,
in your voice,
all the while,

it teases,
it lingers,
it refreshes,
my every pore,

it leaves,
me breathless,
and hungry,
for even more,

it was always,
will be forever,
of this much,
I am sure,

your love for me,
is so truthful,
so unconditional,
and so very pure

it is trusting,
and unquestioning,
it is helpful,
and sincere,

it speaks,
as many volumes
as just one,
single tear,

it soothens,
it comforts,
it covers
my many faults,

its loyal,
its impenetrable,
like the
strongest of vaults

its rare,
but so real,
leaves me wondering,
and in awe,

its always there,
fiercly burning,
like a sweet wound,
that is raw

if I were a soldier,
Id be so proud
of this very special scar

your love,
that has stayed with me,
and carried me,
this far

no greater blessing,
no greater wealth,
could I have ever got,

no woman could be richer,
is always my only thought,

so I cherish you,
and every moment
that you fulfill,
my every whim,

even when I,
am no more,
my love for you,
will never dim

because its forever,
in the shadows,
in the sunshine,
in my smile,

its there for eternity
its there all the while

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  • (5/9/2010 11:51:00 PM)


    flair.... rhyming.....expression......its all there..! !
    very nice...! !
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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, August 16, 2013


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