Tujhe dekhti Hai ankhie to yah bolti Hai ankhe
Tu jo kash Ashak hoti to kuch aur bat hoti
Tujhe har khushi mein apni meri ankh dhondti hai
yah jo sab se chup ke roti to kuch aur bat hoti
Tu samne bethati to yah ankh na jhapakti
Tujhe takte takte soti to kuch aur bat hoti
Tere girte ansuo ko jo mein hath se metata
phir tu rote rote hansti to kuch aur bat hoti
Meri ankh jab bhi khulti teri deed ko tarasti
bina ansuo ke roti to kuch aur bat hoti
Mere dil ki har yah dharkan Tujhe yad ab bhi karti
Tare naam se dharakti to kuch aur bat hoti
Mere behte ansuo ne Tujhe har dua mein manga
bas dua qabull hoti to kuch aur baat hotii
Tera Yu bichad ke jana mere hath ko chuda kar
Tu jo jate jate rukati to kuch aur bat hoti
muje Ishq ne rulaya Tujhe Ishq ne hansaya
kabhi tu bhi yu tadaphti to kuch aur bat hoti
What Makes Stars Romantic
Romantic Poem By Nicholas Gordon
What makes stars romantic? Is it the beauty
Of a night sky dark lit with diamonds?
Or the wilderness of blue-white witnesses
Staring wordless back across the abyss?
Or the fascination of forever? (For love
Is a fragment of forever lodged in the heart.)
Is it the need for two when one seems so small?
The desire to touch in the temple? The vast, lonely
Field of life in which love, too, is a light
Amidst darkness? (So many lovers scattered across
The black canopy like burning dust.)
Or is it the passion at a star’s heart?
The heat of love lighting the emptiness,
Hurling its ardor across light years of sorrow
To tell us something about what yearns within?
An Invisible Connection
Romantic Poem By Jeff Demos
What is this magical bond we share?
Amidst the constant circus like avalanche of words,
How did you know?
Once like you stable and secure,
He is older, yet betrothed to your dream,
Faithful to uncertainty,
A spirit yearning to be free.
His subtle words lodge in your thought.
Why did you pick this stranger
With a hunger that you can not see?
A young woman’s hair kisses the breeze,
Her dignity conceals the distance in her gaze.
Is it possible that a simple innocent radiant smile,
Or a crazy serendipitous verse,
Could bring two people so diverse
To where we find ourselves today?
Strangers once to our own lives,
At ease with the depth of our own emptiness,
How unlikely it is that we are here
It’s quiet tonight, light raindrops filter through the leaves
Washing away the dust, releasing fragrances
On which the gentle breeze sweetens
The kind of night you wish you were with the one you love
Nestled close to the open fire
Watching the moon duck in and out of the white cotton clouds
Caressing and holding each other gently
Breath silently quivering collect;
Once locked away behind iron clad doors,
Feelings and emotions stir,
Disguised by layers of pain and ruin
Two hearts awaken.
A gentle, loving, knowing kiss;
Bound together forever.
I do not know you well, but what I know
Enchants me, like a song sung far away.
I cannot hear the words, but what they say
Hangs softly on the hills where I must go.
I see you furtively and note your eyes,
Hazel and dreamy, your spirit half elsewhere;
I note the sheen of your dark, lustrous hair
And wish I knew your thoughts and shared your cries.
This love brings me sweet pain, but I want more,
Driven by a dream I can’t control.
I want the truth of you, untamed and whole;
In frantic hope I haunt your open door.
I Will Love You Forever
I love you so deeply,
I love you so much,
I love the sound of your voice
And the way that we touch.
I love your warm smile
And your kind, thoughtful way,
The joy that you bring
To my life every day.
I love you today
As I have from the start,
And I’ll love you forever
With all of my heart.