Poem: You and Me, Let Us Sing A Magical Song Of The Sea

The Magical Song Of The Sea

The emerging song of the sea may be unheard by all of you; but I can go deep down to my soul by the immortal purview. The casting sea waves have already been penetrated amidst my soul and my secret love which is dancing in the oyster of my heart gradually gleams as Perl. I have already harboured a peculiar image of thine in my heart; like a ship harbours in a seashore for a new start. O my love! don’t hesitate to play with my hair strands in this deep, dark and silvery night covered with moon kissed sands. I have already probed the sparkling light of thine which is as similar as mine.

Amidst the sun kissed sand sizzling with rays; I can only hear the song of the sea swells from the waves and sometimes also betrays. I am the only one who can muse about you within the melody of the sea; As the magnetic tune of the sea only reminds the passion that drags thou towards me. O ‘ Master of the Universe Please let me delve into the ocean and set me free in the tides and waves beyond the horizon.

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