NN10. LOVERS' QUARREL AND REUNION

a poem by Rajaram Ramachandran, India - poetry writer, author, poet

KING NALAN

Like garden surrounded by fields

“My dear, how pretty you’re!
The beautiful garden here
Is like the one surrounded
By fields, where I stayed.”

Does it compare?

Dhamayanthi with hesitation
Asked, “Oh King, is it certain
That this beautiful garden
Is like the one you stayed in?”

She stood with her red eyes corner

Her red lips quivered.
In her face, sweat flowed.
Her eyes’ corners were red
She was love-sick and stood.

Her eye brows danced

Her eye brows danced.
They, in turn, signalled
The love-friction she had.
This, Nalan observed.

He touched her feet

Her mood to soften,
And cool her down,
He touched her feet.
That had its effect.

Her petty anger vanished,
When, with love, he touched,
As it always happened
Between wife and husband.

She sowed lust-plant

Away her anger went.
She sowed lust-plant
O’er Nalan’s chest
And quenched her thirst.

NN09. KALI FOLLOWS
KING NALAN
NN11. HAPPY LIFE

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