In this poem, the poet depicts a sense of being in love, the kind of love which may not fill emptiness but certainly makes emptiness serene.
Poetry Month Special
If the seed of our love is already sown
Then the whispering breeze,
might have blown over the horizon
The mystery love between you and me
Enraptured with unending wail like the sea
If you spot me a place within your arms
A seductive and full of warmth
I would whisper your name
Down your neck, with little shame
Melting your desire with mine
And our feet, tingling and touching the outline
If the tall cumulonimbus clouds bang with thundering
I would whisper in your ears and say: I love you, darling!
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