That whose face I am unable to see
I visualise in my dreams

That with whom I want to spend more time
Has been waiting for me all along

That whom I want to talk to ever so often
Communicates soundlessly through my thoughts

That whom I want to get closer to
Is right here beside me

That whose hand I long to hold
Embraces me

That whom I want to touch so gently
The presence I can feel

That whose perfume I long to inhale
The scent is everywhere

That whom I wish to serenade
Lulls me to sleep each night

That for whom my heart beats
Is embedded in my soul till the last breath and beyond

The significance of the peacock feather visual is that in Hindu mythology,
Lord Krishna, the supreme godhead, is depicted wearing one in His hair



      1. Thank you too – I really enjoyed this. It’s still early here and your poem has a meditational quality to it it that spoke to me on another level, so thank you dear friend. Have an awesome say!

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      1. Thank you; always a pleasure to have someone encourage you along! What kind of stuff do you like – I can link you a few pieces (& if you want to share your email id, I can send them to that address).


      2. When I get some extra time (what’s that??) I plan to come over and peruse your blog, catch some posts I’ve missed 🙂 So many good blog authors, and I do enjoy encouraging others–and being encouraged 🙂

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  1. Hi, Fab blog! I am still in the very early stages – 4 months old. Just making efforts to link in with fellow bloggers to improve our followers and get the word out there for us both. I would appreciate you having a peek at my blog, as I have published several posts. Feel free to like, comment, follow or just take a peek. Thank you 🙂

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