Triangular Love By Ray Subrata - Poem by Subrata Ray
He submitted, and cried,
Without you I am undone,
But why, she panted,
There are beauties,
They covet you.
Infatuation! Oh no,
Then, -Love, love,
Body? -Fie you dare say,
But the reality slants there.
I love another, the lady confessed,
No matter, keep a part for me.
Where, and how? She replies.
Mine is the giant that can feed me,
For my unquenched thirst,
A tiny boat, as you, sinks,
In the tempest of my passion.
Oh! How I am rest- less,
Mad for complete saturation! ! !
My Lover’s letters impel voice,
His words set me in whirlwind,
His presence confirms Titanic sea,
Now say, -how can I love thee?
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