Oceanic Drift

Posted: October 13, 2010 in deep notions, insane
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riding the waves and tides
sailing through oceans and storms
waiting for that first look
bursting is this heart with unknown cheers
baby come straight in my sight
i dont wana share with you with any soul or mortal
just you and your beautiful self filling my eyes
imagined this day so many times in ways different with every tide

the smile you will shine
the eyes you will blink
the lips you will purse
the hair you will tussle

all this and more has played in me mind many times
fear i not to see but what if i had imagined less
should i be standing or sitting when i meet you
cause falling back is i have dreamt wordless would be blocking

kill this wait now
come out now
show yourself now
make my life now

 

how much more should i wait
soon is a definite time scale
short arm and long have gone around long
come out come out beautiful butterfly
bursting is this heart with unknown cheers
baby come straight in my sight close into this arms
your head on me shoulders be my starry eyed surprise

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Comments
  1. Jingle says:

    dynamic, admirable, and fun ocean poem!
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. trisha says:

    thats a cute, sweet wait. πŸ™‚
    beautiful poem.

  3. That was an interesting encounter with impatient patience…trying to wait, but not wanting to at all… :))

  4. trisha says:

    Shubho bijoyadashami (Happy Vijayadashami)! May the blessings of the Goddess shower down on you and your loved ones forever.

  5. rash says:

    kill this wait now
    come out now
    show yourself now

    hmmmmmmmmm i have run out of words !!!!

  6. Kavita says:

    Ohh maaaannn.. that cocoon is well spun, eh??? Butterflies take so damn long to emerge!!
    Patience kills! But it pays too!! πŸ™‚

    A very good write, W!!

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