Mohamed Fazloon

Love Is Like A Dream - Poem by Mohamed Fazloon

Love is like a Dream
By Mohamed Fazloon

Today is my birthday, been 3 years of this empty space,
I saw the beauty of your face,
Like winter comes apace,
Missing you broke all the rules,
Sleepless nights, Like lovesick fools,
Shades of grey hair, my misfortunes,
When other men had fortunes,
My fanatical event like violins, playing sentimental tunes,
I want to stop falling like a lunatic, fringed by your theory of escalations,
My heart continued apparently, with no alternatives,
My moods are swinging, like temperaments,
Love is full of empty spaces,
With hermetic nemesis,
You looked incongruously,
Like match made in heaven,
But never yours, so frustrating,
In this effervescent, exposed love is an essay,
Never wished verticality reverse signals,
Battle of love and hatred,
Believing you nevertheless, helpless,
Couldn't even identify myself,
Sooner or later, Heart is meant to be broken,
I don't have those answers,
For reading your mind docile,
To get through this tenures,
I surrendered my soul,
Hoping you be always be same,
There is nothing I hated, while we dated,
I still remember, the way we kissed?
It's hard to forget, what I had missed,
No one else is in my heart,
Even If I only knew from the start,
I wouldn't have opened my heart,
My, my lovely conqueror,
You were thy secret admirer,
My life lamely turned away,
to reverse,
I have seen your beauty, in your eyes,
I never understood those lies,
At that time, All these days passed,
Only deepest oceans, knows your secrets, It cannot be explained.
My dreams are symmetrical, lines imbalanced,
Love is like a dream, dream on and get balanced.

Written on 23-10-2015

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Topic(s) of this poem: hurt, love, pain

Form: Free Verse

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 23, 2015

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