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»Dwell in My Heart«

by Williamsji Maveli, October 4, 2017

Embrace me not, my sweet girl
But hold me tight in your pearl
Every dreams are rainbow beams
Of light and shades in light fumes
Come and dwell in my heart…
Be my own tender body part…
Scattered around like colorless rays
When will you show you novel ways
Life is a half broken-winged bird
Come and dwell in my heart…
Be my own tender body part
Love, otherwise, an unwritten word
Which cannot fly towards the vast sky
Hold fast to dreams; I wonder why
my night thought always fades away
Come and dwell in my heart…..
Be my own tender body part...
Then I feel that I lost my own way
Life has become like a barren field
It is frozen without any more yield.
Give me roses to be the thorn of
Your soft, sharp spicy breasts,
Let me deep sleep in your arms
Smiling away my day dreams
Give me apples to be the kiss of
Your blossoming tender lips

Written: October 2017
Tags: Emotions Love

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