SUSANTA BANDHA

Rookie - 20 Points (02 05 1986 / soro)

You In My Dream - Poem by SUSANTA BANDHA

You in my dream

It was the dawn, knocking on my door
I eyed the eyes behind the door
had some feelings when it became more.

Two heart's tears and rest with adore
tears dried soon and eyes had a little chat
when eyes became busy and silent.
But stars were in hurry, moon was so jealous,
and
sun revealed the facts of us,
I've seen those through fact of us,
I've seen those through my empty arm
pillows had creases and sweat was warm
trembling of the lips still sense
the fragrance of the room proved your presence
but you were nowhere,
it might be a dream
yes, it was
I heard you left the valleys
no more waiting remains
no more watching ways
I know now, you left the valleys
and
I also cross the steep
keeping my eyes on the feet
in no more hope to see you.....
...AGAIN


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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 13, 2009



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