Lady Love

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LADY LOVE
The pain craved in one’s heart.
Ramshackle, tackled into two pieces apart.
Lady love sings, “My love has gone too far,
Outreach from me into indistinct stars.
There’s essence of love engraved in your soul.
To me love songs, ballads and sonnets’ consoles.
Eyes can still find him.
In the depth of my dreams.
Intellect can risk everything,
But can’t see him leave.
Tips can reverse the clock,
And can stop in the past.
You can still convince him,
‘It’s never too late’ recalls the fate.
Still waiting for his heart to melt.
Not too hurt-aids, just restricted.
Nowadays, night seems unhallowed
The breathe wheezing, with my eyes bleak-in.
Greatest rogue sinks and heart bestowed.
Oh! This feeling, so relishing.
Let it go, let it go.
Let the love plainly flows.
Sands of time cannot lock him in cage.
Love has its rage.”
Lady love walks into Paris streets,
She does not sleep, with broken heart she weeps.

Submitted: August 10, 2017

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