Tsewang Dorjee


Seascape - Poem by Tsewang Dorjee

When she smiles, blue eyes twinkles
Plumb glows with elegance dimples.
Once I glanced and lost inside her eyes,
Like abyss sea: her splendid eyes.
In depth of her eyes love signaled shine,
Feeling of true and tender love, I imagine.
From such sentiment scene, no way to escape,
Oh! How enchanting she is like a god seascape.
When she smiles heart seized and lock in eyes,
And I forgot to express poem in empty page.
Poem blends with her beautiful smile reason,
Like a cuckoo chant mingles with spring season.
When she smiles, motionless every one stands,
And rhapsodizes, she is a lass from fairyland.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 13, 2005



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