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Innocent moon

Haridas Shyamkumar 1968 (Kallambalam, Kerala)

Love me she says by her lips
Heart say hash him piece into two
Heart or lungs don't she care
On the way her anger fast

He and she were live along
On a bed and pillow hold-
him tight at night along
Fear and scare on her body

Seen her face an innocent moon
Smiling face like as a pearl
he and she hugging tight
Sharing warm each other along.

Happy whenever holding her
Dreaming long night screaming fast
Holding him with her palms
Scratching him like as a ghost

He and she sleep along
Day and night nowhere else
Dreaming make him crazy life
Living with him along life.

Haridas Shyamkumar
Copyright © 2012 Haridas Shyamkumar
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Submitted on October 11, 2012

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I was born in India. Now I am residing in Brunei Darussalam for doing business registered a corporate company by myself but always struggling for money at the early stages. My parents Mr.M.Haridas and Late Mrs.Vanjadas. They gave me all the opportunities to choose for all the best way by myself. I got the initiative from my loneliness and likeness of lovely peoples around me. I got the address of this poetry.com from one of my friend and I had approached with my first poem. I had published some of my poems in our local newspaper here in Brunei Darussalam. At any time you can contact me at: POST BOX:1115, BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, BS8672, BRUNEI DARUSSALAM. Tel: 6738221114 Email: superpower007@hotmail.com more…

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