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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

You Taught Me Love

I longed to be lost
To be blind in love
But you said-
It wasn't the way.

You asked me:
To open my eyes
To the beauty around
In the world to see.

You taught me:
To laugh aloud
When we made love.
And to trust like a child.

You wanted me:
To be in love,
But also be
Who I should be.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is a nice poem, your teacher must be a great one!

Aparna Kar said...

Dada, use the 'name/url' option. Why do use the Anonymous identity? You know that I can tell when it's you.

sangram said...

Good work. Keep writing. Let's make a song out of this.

Chanda Chaudhary said...

Short and Sweet...Hope to read more..

Garuda yali said...

Very beautifully penned of to be love doesn't mean to lose oneself of who he/ she is. mostly when we love we become vulnerable to become some one else who we are. wonderfully penned.