Love Song Poem by Amar Agarwala

Love Song

Rating: 5.0

Flames of my yesters
Call out to me,
From memories old
With their lovelorn plea.

And I reminisce times
When passion was blind,
Maidens looked fairer
Innocent and kind.

Glance of their dark eyes
That charming smile,
My naive heart racing
The length of a mile.

Then those sweet nothings
In autumn air,
Warm hugs and kisses
And so much despair.

For they all parted
Their flimsy lies,
Promises broken
With painful goodbyes.

Strange that I carried
Each one along,
And all what I got
Was a sad love song.

Love Song
Sunday, January 31, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: love and life
Plabita Bhaskar 31 March 2017

I always love to read your poems as they create jingles in a lucid style. This is a poem of love and despair, an energetic casanova once, now a lovelorn lad, reminisce his old good times, with all that he is left of, that is a sad love song. Loved it! ! thanks for sharing.

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Amar Agarwala 31 March 2017

Hello Plabita, when the appreciation comes from a poetess, it is that much special. So glad you liked the verses... and they create jingles for they come straight from the heart and from life! Thank you for reading!

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Gajanan Mishra 31 January 2016

charming smile, length of life..

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Amar Agarwala 24 November 2016

Dear Gajanan, hope you are doing fine. Thanks for reading and liking my verses.

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