The Eternal Love - Poem by Nazmul Haque
Dear, it's the same you I fall in love - a hundred times,
In a hundred forms - endlessly from now and forever.
It's the same loving heart singing forever the same love-song,
In so many tunes have you heard it,
the same ever-new feeling of love-
endlessly from now and forever.
The more I hear the eternal tale, the eternal pain of love,
I can feel the pain as my own,
Looking back into the infinite, I can see your eternal face,
Twinkling through the eternal dark night
like the Polar star upon my heart's sky.
We two have come floating through the river of Eternal Love,
Deep within the Eternal Heart this love was born;
We two have played this game within a thousands lovers,
In tearful eyes or in joyful heart,
Old yet ever-new - such is this love.
Now this eternal love has found its shore,
Let me put down all my love near your feet,
All the love of the universe, all its sorrow and joy-
Has lost into one single love;
It's the same love song -
sung by all poets of all ages.
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