Thy Face - Poem by Arunesh Goswami
When you’ll come to me
What face would you wear?
Is that of the one in dreams I see
Or the one you endear.
I remember not your face my dear
When we two in the heavens were nigh
When in the elysian leeway together
We looked up the moon in the sky!
Ah! If I shouldn’t recognize you
When before me you stand smiling
If I should stand agape as if someone new
Come to me for visiting,
If in fear I look into your eyes
And if doubt forbid me to hold you my dear
Bewildered with shame and tear
If I shouldn’t step ahead and say
That m too proud to go away.
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