Saberi Roy

You And Me - Poem by Saberi Roy

me naked and bare like tears
that is your shirt folded
in the edges, I have drenched like
rain, in your skin of thoughts

me lost and trembling like fever
that are your arms dripping sweat
in the spaces, I have rolled like
pain, in your fire of feels

me wet and soaked like zephyrs
that is your mouth pouring love
in the corners, I have touched like
sin, in your breath of words

me brittle and broken like pains
that are your eyes searching truth
in the ages, I have lived like
saints, in your footprints on sand

me wide and forgotten like space
that are your lips painting mine
in the pages I have lived like
death, in your trysts with fate

me stolen and open like time
that are your fingers holding on
in the stories, I have told like
love, in our moments of life.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 1, 2008

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