Monday, September 30, 2013

Modern Day Love


In kitchens,
When onions are cut
And sulfur's in the air
And droplets of joy hop around

In temples
When you pray for me
And I watch your shoes
Weaving cocoons, my head to your toe

Behind car panes
As I hurriedly smear color
On my lips, into your heart
And all world  turns red

At office gates
When you smile for me
And I wish for you, as we step into,
Alternate worlds, away from ours

Along dirty beaches
When I catch some peace
And you breathe in spirits
One to surge, the other to ground

When in bright-dark nights
You walk those dreams
And  I watch your thoughts
We exchange smiles, fondly aware,
Of melting roles and shrinking spaces.

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