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Let us bury the love February 15, 2010

Posted by simarprit in Uncategorized.
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An attempt to go back to poetry, relating it to anyone in known circle or my own life is at your own peril, LoL.

Let us bury the love

When the touch is gone and the dates are lost

When the gifts are not given and the tales are never told

When the smiles are not questioned and the tears are not to be seen

When the fear is not  expressed and the hunger is not shared

When nights never begin and days never end

When there are no fights,  the love is dead

Let us dig the grave and let us bury the love

Let us bury the love

Let us bury the love

Love is dead, let us dig the grave,  let us bury the love

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1. slpmartin - February 15, 2010

For some reason this poem reminded me of the African proverb that says “Nudso ekwoo gon.” or “The brook does not ascend the mountain.” As a love does not always continue.

simarprit - February 15, 2010

Maybe the pulse and the depth is the same.


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