a poem by Drsudarsan Damodar Prasad, India - poetry writer, author, poet

I loved you ,
I became love incarnate;
For, when hatred tried to trespass,
My flower fences,
With no sharp thorns,
Welcomed her scowling faces,
With charming smiles.

She was at a loss for words,
Equally at a loss,
To fashion scythes,
To cut through my fences.
She admitted defeat,
And a made a quick exit.

Even though every poet,
And philosopher and thinker,
Try to explore and locate,
Such a country,
Free from hate and strife,
They have to become love -incarnate,
To seek my kingdom,
Where flower –fences
And their smiles,
Mark its territories!

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