A wistful poem celebrating the all-encompassing beauty of love and togetherness.
The evanescent shades
Of your love
Of a myriad hues
On the empty canvas
Of my psyche,
Your searing kisses
Of my being
A tiny drop
Of your concern
Your fleeting touch
An eternal embrace.
My entire life
In a single moment
Of our togetherness.
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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