renu Vig sharma sharma


Lovestory Of A White Man And A Brown Woman - Poem by renu Vig sharma sharma

At the temple steps,
STOOd a beautiful girl,
dusky skin and black eyes,
selling red roses and lillies white,
came a white man galloping at a horse back,
dressed in red and white,
adorned with armour shining,
as he rode his golden hair swayed,
his blue eyes on the damsel,
with a smile he took all her roses and lilies white,
amazed she stood, still gazed,
galloped fast he went throwing a smile, desperate they were at night,
both came at the temple steps before the sun rise,
the love story began at the temple steps,
they met again and again to meet again
and promise never to part,
but the world is not so wise
many eyebrows were raised,
in the middle night the natives walked to assail,
holding firetourches with arrant minds
broke the house of the white,
killed him brutally ablaze,
alarmed with the death of beloved,
the girl jumped in the village well,
the saga of love story did not end,
they met again as soulmates in rebirth,
in the eyes of god their love was true,
they wondered if they eachother knew,
the girl still scared o f fire,
the man still loved the fragrance of flowers.


Comments about Lovestory Of A White Man And A Brown Woman by renu Vig sharma sharma

  • (1/17/2012 12:34:00 PM)


    nice poem and well said........while reading this i could visualize the scenes if this could be taken into a film......so nice to read.......whether its ur creative imagination or a real one....... (Report) Reply

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  • (12/19/2011 2:23:00 AM)


    thaw of love behind...green waves
    he saga of love story did not end,
    they met again as soul mates in rebirth,
    in the eyes of god their love was true,
    they wondered if they each other knew,
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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 7, 2011


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