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Tragic Love

Wish I were a flower on the wreath placed on your bosom,
To decay with your mortal remains, a paragon of virtue,
To be one under earth, and later in heaven be awesome,
Soulmates, to enjoy all pleasures of life you did eschew!

Wish I were one of the wailing candles, to melt and glued,
To the coffin that holds an epitome of stoic endurance,
To feel the agony you went through, under the tyrant, crude,
And unromantic that plucked a premature bud in arrogance!

Wish I were a shroud to envelope your body, a burnt-out castle,
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Thursday, August 27, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: agony,love and life,remorse,romance,tragedy
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
A romance that ended in tragedy
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Indudharan 27 August 2020

Heart touching lines... I love them...

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Joyees Chacko 27 August 2020

Congrats ur efforts

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