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Alone I stand


I should go down to the oceans once more,

to the forlorn oceans

and the skies,

And all I ask is a tall ship

and a star

to direct her by.

How would I adore her?
Give me a chance to count the ways.

I’ll love her to the breadth,

depth and height my spirit can chase.

O My Love’s red, a red rose

That ‘s recently sprung in June:

Give me a chance to kiss her under the crescent moon.

My Sun is intended to shine

for her love is superior to the Riesling wine.

She takes me down in affection — puts out my senses,

Leaves me blind and deaf, by her earnest inferences.

I’ll enumerate my world in tears and praise

And, if god pick
I’ll love her till

The end of my days


Author:

This blog is managed by Abhishek Pathania -A computer science student, who writes short poems on genres ranging from horror, mystery, drama, romance, satire, and fiction. Occasionally you'll find motivational quotes and hand-curated articles on a variety of topics, all capable of shaping conscious awareness.

22 thoughts on “Alone I stand

      1. Mind reading huh😂…. Yeah I go crazy fr football although cricket is my first love in terms of sports…
        I cried when Argentina lost against France 😢 ..
        I will admit you are a very talented writer even though r mindset differs😉

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      2. I don’t follow football, but I know a things or two. Yes, cricket is love 😍
        You’re a talented writer man! I loved your previous posts where you discussed about social media, digital marketing and stock market stuff. They were really informative and lucid.
        Keep going 🕶

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