The Joy I Call Life - Poem by Sanika Khairnar
Silent tears drenches
The white fabric
clinging to your body like a scared child which
enthralls me into a whirl of emotions as I
see your raw beauty crumble and i
feel drawn to your chaotic mind,
like a Messiah to fill peace into your heart grown void.
My soul aches at the crack of your voice and
Yearns to grasp your attention to make you smile.
To Stitch you in my heart forever and run my hands
Over your perfectly sculpted bodice, to
bestow myself for your protection and
promise you of my never ending submission.
Obligation of loving the opposite of our gender,
I refuse to obey and will humbly suffer,
And enchant you with my femininity,
While you tease me with your muliebrity,
And still love you with all of my purity.
Your muted screams I will hear,
And tend your broken spirits and fear.
Through tides of terror and flames of violence,
I will make you believe in the calm of silence.
You are my queen and I am your lady,
Wipe away your tears for you are mine only.
Feel this pain just once tonight,
for I will make you see through this joy I call life.
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