Winter Rose

Winter Rose short poem

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If you were but to sate the fear of loneliness in my heart
Would you let me drink the smile from your eyes?

Would you stir the sleepiness in mine
While I spend all the dark days
Ignoring that particular tinge of blue?

Would you give me
The peculiar smell of rain
On your skin
While I mapped the contours
Of your smile
With a Winter rose?

Would you love me
In the silence of secret shadows?

Would you love me?

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asoke kumar mitra
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what a lovely write. fresh as the air after rain……………

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