Lost Love Regained - Poem by Narayanan Ramakrishnan
The beauty of your face, still intact;
The curves and the mounds still attract,
The lips, so thin, urge another contact,
The eyes, emitting rays, for a fresh tract.
Eyes stunned by the beauty, can't say bye;
Heart throbbing for its share of pie,
Ears eager to hear your voice, a melody dye
Body expectant of an ecstatic high.
Why we parted, reason I still don't know,
If you are in the know, tell me now,
Twenty years apart, lived, we separated somehow,
Single still both of us, out shell come, late we are
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