The book of love

by Harry

Submitted by Tejaswini

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when your mind is at rest,
listen, carefully, to
the whispering winds –
listen to what it has to say.

when lost, just wait,
it shall find you, unfailingly,
to convey my plight –
as I seek your face relentlessly.

when a cold night disturbs you,
it will cocoon you with a distant
warmth – as I feel you here
in the folds of my blanket.

when suspicion creeps in,
it will console you with candour:
what can I give you,
that you do not possess already?

when you know no answer, ask,
and it shall tell you,
I have nothing but my time
to give you, my dear.

so here I am,
devoting my forever.
Trust the winds
that has crossed oceans
bringing me to you.

until it ceases,
implying we’ve conquered
the distance.

and then, we would have
trotted into divine perpetuity.

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One Comment to “The book of love”

  1. “when a cold night disturbs you,
    it will cocoon you with a distant
    warmth – as I feel you here
    in the folds of my blanket.

    when suspicion creeps in,
    it will console you with candour:
    what can I give you,
    that you do not possess already?

    when you know no answer, ask,
    and it shall tell you,
    I have nothing but my time
    to give you, my dear.”

    Love love these lines and choice of words 😍

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