Quest of Love

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: August 21, 2018

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"Quest of love"

 

From the Himalayas in the north,

To the oceans in the south.

I searched for thee in a glorious shroud.

Where thou are? My innocent heart weeps,

Making every moment, like it twisted deep.

 

Tender the soul lives in mortal cell,

That to dwell more in this holy hell.

In the breath of beginning lies the ending,

Who cares more if the quest is pretending.

 

Well might to do what next is still lies in question,

As tears running down in the world of oceans.

The glory of melody is beyond a world’s reach,

And no moment is lost to make it breach.

 

Oh thou Heaven! Show some mercy,

At least pretend to show some courtesy.

No man of earth, understand the heart’s desire,

When swiftly the season, passed on, with no choir.
 

Praising the hearts, who praises my pain,

Still the depth of your painting lies in vain.

Greatest the wish, to the admirers of love,

To make it reach, to a solitary dove.

 

O’ The lord of strength, give me courage,

So I fight this battle with no discourage.

Till the time stops to wait and loar,

Embrace me in the arms of yours.

 


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