You, My Angel!

You, My Angel! short poem

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“Don’t whisper something in my ear,
So sweet your voice be, that I’ll collapse,
Together we be, just you and I, till eternity,
No worry, no care about the time lapse.

Don’t you appear in the bowl of my eye,
For my conscience won’t allow me to blink,
Be cuteness a drop, you’d be an ocean,
Which in I, would love to sink.

Don’t you contact my skin in anyway,
For I’ll turn the purest of all,
So divine your every bit is,
How could I resist the fall?

Innocence originated from your smile,
You’ve been reflecting beauty since a while,
Your eyes have that angel like shine,
Oh, I wish, an angel like you could be mine.”

– Said a mortal someday.

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Himanshu Bageshara

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I survived Intermediate high school. Although nothing more than a student for now, but nothing less than a poet too. Just 18 and carry way too much emotion in my head, well, that's poet-like.
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