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Love drifts

So gentle you might miss it

By Alfiya LaxmidharPublished 10 months ago 1 min read
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Love drifts
Photo by Pedro Kümmel on Unsplash

Across the sandy bay

The light hits the day

Drifters come and drifters go

Chaneling the sun rays and its glow

The ocean swells and it deflates

Sonorous waves of harmony it creates

Rising high tides while the moon beams

Tides lowering down as the world dreams

Salty air lingers on my awaiting lips

While silky water runs off my bared hips

Damp matted hair paints my back with soft caresses

The grainy terrain envelops my feet as time passes

Moods of becoming and changing reasons

Love drifts over the course of seasons

Love drifts into my lap, I welcome, invited

Love drifts as a friend I remembered and sighted

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Alfiya Laxmidhar

Love words and their origin. Like poetry. Rumi is my favorite.

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