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A Lover’s Plea

February 14, 2016 | By

A heartfelt, romantic plea from a lover to his lady-love, a simple celebration of their blissful days together.

But to me, you are the word of my stories.

I want to grow old together with you. In creased skin and crooked fingers, you’ll still look beautiful. And then one day would like to sit with you in a park and have ice-cream. In togetherness we shall watch our children’s children play, running around us. To the world I may be just another story. But to me, you are the word of my stories. Ok, post my speech remind me I need to say, I Love You. I tend to forget a lot these days. Where ever I go, whether half woken or asleep, sane or insane, whether I live to see another tomorrow or die this very night, in sickness or in health, in pleasure or in pain, I’ll never let you go. You will forever be my light. The Sun, the Moon and my Stars. For I am still your Shakespeare, And you the Andromeda of my dreams.

Pic courtesy: Pixabay

More to read in our Valentine’s Day Special

Autumn Kiss – a love poem by Sufia Khatoon

Kiss Me Goodbye… – a love poem by Sufia Khatoon

Love Like Wine – a love poem by Dr Ampat Koshy

A Lover’s Plea – a musing by Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario

The Red Rose – a love story by Mallika Bhaumik

Togetherness – a love poem by Ramendra Kumar

Love is… – a love poem by Sunila Kamal Khemchandani

 

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Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario was born at Calcutta and is a die heart Calcuttan. He loves his semi-British City and always maintains saying that, ’Calcutta may not have colours but it surely does have flavours.’ Ronald studied commerce with specialization in Marketing Management from St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta. He is an avid reader and writes too. He has a keen interest in books, art, Literature, advertisements, art films and carnatic music. Many of his articles, short stories and poems have been published in various magazines and journals such as The TTIS, The Herald, The Little Messanger-news paper for Young Life, The Why Poll blog of author Hindol Sengupta & Ramona Sen and Reflection –W & R Mag. During his schooling years he had also worked for the TTIS (The Telegraph in Schools) Newspaper as a trainee student news correspondent.
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