Sari Mavi

Love Is A Gift (For Me) - Poem by Sari Mavi

I heard the birds began to sing prayers dusk
When the universe began to be covered by a veil of loneliness
that soothes the soul
I sat silent, stunned, while wandering imagination

Gently curved leaves, caressed twilight breeze
Bringing the message of the sky: people who easily show love to others, certainly will regret later, because
Love that down in their hearts as a gift, not human demand

I was shocked, listen and listen carefully
Until a few moments - I bowed my head
Muttering to myself: O God, I love someone.. (I feel tongue-tied is to say)

The trees look elegant in the dim moonlight, said:
Nothing proves that you love someone more than mentioning him in your prayers

I was silent, stunned for a moment
Night kept creeping into slightly more concentrated

I got up from where I sit
Said to myself: In the name of love, I would do it (because love is a gift for me)

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 26, 2015

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