Jose Maret

Rookie (11 November 1975 / Quilon, Kerala, India)

With Love, Today - Poem by Jose Maret

The fragrance in the wind tells me today
In a giggle and a smile to blow me away
It is you in person I need this day
Strong and hardy, stiff and hot this may.

I ask the moon to lend me her light
To view your heart I treasure tonight
Beneath the sheets in an embrace tight
And burning sweat two in our might

I look into your eyes to see now
Thinking how distant and near am I still
Wondering where I did my seeds sow
The days we lasted as one at the mill

Lips touched a deeper meaning
Tender, a life inside singing
And I let it linger there longer
As it imbibed into me a prayer

I see a future written out there
Of togetherness, and no gold shining
But a smile I see with happiness carefree
An encouraging sign, of a victory coming

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 5, 2005

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