Photograph - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
Love not only resides inside the veins
That send blood in a young heart
Faster than an excited light,
But love also dwells peacefully
On the wrinkled skin of pale cheeks
That denies to glow red anymore.
For I can envision love,
When my grandma's aged eyes talk
To the silent photograph of my grandpa
Who had stopped breathing 13 years ago.
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