Abhay Vignesh Liginlal

Unconditional Love - Poem by Abhay Vignesh Liginlal

My emotions vary from day to day
My love for you alone remains,
Everyday I find new reasons to keep loving you
My efforts keep increasing day by day,
My illogic is a wave suspended in time
My only logic is this love for you,
My only dream is to share a life with you;

I can never love anyone like this
I would never have felt love if it hadn’t been for you,
Your silence always binds me under a spell
Whenever you break your silence, the sea and shore are one, for a solitary moment,
There is joy in bereavement too
For it comes out of love for just you;

We all have love hidden within us
It will come to the surface, one day,
Love is unconditional, true love is divine
An emotion which surrounds our existence;

There is depth and truth in worldly love,
Eternal lovers float away down the stream of time at dusk
They will be born again on earth;

There is no looking back once you fall in love
Thereafter life is all about love alone,
True love is never a passing fancy
It remains etched indelibly on the banks of time;

Loves music is sung in every foreign shore by every migratory bird
Love is evergreen, a pledge to back each other, through both times of distress and joy,
Every storm will pass away like a wound healed by time
Every day as the sun sets we keep hoping for a new dawn;

Years to come I will have another part to play
In this drama called life,
This stage and my love alone will remain
Love being my one emotion, until the end.

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  • (3/4/2011 11:27:00 PM)

    Great poem. Love should really be unconditional so that there will be no place for sorrows and worries. Smooth writing. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 30, 2010

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