The Lonely Heart’s Stupid Song

Updated: Sep 13

Enthralled by the presence of his sweetheart, poet Rohit Damaraju describes his enchanting experience, relishing the beauty of the love of his life.


​Filled with endearment, “The Lonely Heart’s Stupid Song” is an emotionally written poem encompassing the poet’s unending passion for a soulmate with a memorable and spell-binding rhythm in every verse.

 
Cover Photo by Pankaj Tottada

The mist of mind clouds me,

As I see you glee,

Under the sparkling moonlight,

Beside the seashore and thicket of this night,

My heart retreats to your place,

Like a hungry tiger with a tremendous pace,

Oh! Please don’t veil your face,

An epitome of vibrancy and grace…

Below this gleam, your lips velvety red,

A symmetrical vermilion seam on your forehead,

You are my yin and yang;

All this --- My heart sang,

Because, the waves of your existence,

Trilled my soul with a twang!

 

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This contribution is photographed by Pankaj Tottada.

 

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This poem is available in a paperback & ebook.




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