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Random Notes From a Lover

by Sneha Subramanian Kanta
(Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)

The everything in nothingness : Love

The everything in nothingness : Love

Of a thousand reflexes
this one haunts me the most:
the ability to feel
and the tingling sensation
on my skin
when you touch my hand


The burning candle
doesn't burn as quickly
as me
at both ends
when your eyes perpetually stare
at me


From the summer afternoon
you brought me countless
sun shines
and from the waterlogged streets
this monsoon
I'm looking to see what you'll get


As we travel in the bus
you and I
I can just look at you
and marvel at the sky
and subconsciously think of the smile
at the edge of your lips


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Nov 19, 2010
by: Geetashree Chatterjee

As I sip my morning tea, reading your poem diffuses a delightful taste to the golden brown beverage. Wonderful!

Jul 02, 2010
Thank You
by: Sneha

Thank You, Anonymous!

Jul 02, 2010
Thank you!
by: Sneha

Thank you Vimala. I'm in awe of you being married for 52 long years. Love the companionship example you've set for us all.

Jul 01, 2010
by: Anonymous

So romantic really.

Jun 30, 2010
very true
by: Vimala Ramu

Surprising how your lines are true even after 52 years of marriage! you really have the capacity to pen these beautiful lines.

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