The Kiss Of Spring - Poem by RAJ NANDY
THE KISS OF SPRING
Who are you stranger, for you have crept in
stealthily into my world, -
Silently and on tip-toes;
Knocking on my heart's inner doors,
Calling me softly by endearing names,
And touching my heart with songs of love,
and piping tunes?
Am I only in your dreams, or am I a tangible
Something more substantial than your
For like the budding flowers of Spring,
I too eagerly wait to bloom, dance, and sing,
In the cool and exhilarating breeze of Spring!
Call me once more saying that it is all true,
For my heart is ready to open-up for you!
Like those beauteous spring-kissed flowers, -
I am waiting to blossom and bloom,
And waft my fragrance and sweet perfume!
08 Apr 08
(This poem may be treated as a sequel to -
' An Intruder In My World Of Dreams '
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