Peter Daniel Phiri
Once Upon A Love Story - Poem by Peter Daniel Phiri
Alone in thought,
I hear the soft sounds on the roof,
My eyes dash to the window;
And witness the gentle rain kissing the grounds of the earth.
A vision unfolds,
A lost dream revamps,
And a forgotten memory smiles with clarity.
My mind winds itself backwards to our first memory,
To that first kiss;
And that love that fell upon my heart and made it home.
I remember that smile that curled upon your lips;
And hurled me from my crest to my tips.
My heart blossomed once,
Pain came to dearth.
My silent self came alive and walked on foreign territory;
Oh! It felt good to be alien.
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