Amidst the plantation, There should be a 'highland' tile roofed house. What else do you need When there is a forest pathway. The entrance gate typically With the wooden poles is good enough. At the centre of the yard, There should be a holy basil. Next to it there should be a well, Surrounded by jasmine, chrysanthemum, rose Let their scent keep spreading. Trees like Coconut, jackfruit, mango, bananas in the midst. Coffee, turmeric, garlic, black pepper Giving out their aroma. Let the sun rays peep through the Apertures of the pergola. Let the loving cattle stay healthy. It's enough to have a pet of the house along. Away and towards the fence, There should be movement of Neighborhood hens and cats. The upper storey should show A faraway road. Let the cuckoo's chirping be heard In the mornings, Let the cricket's noise surround In the afternoons, In the evening rains, let the frog's Songs keep humming. Let the house be filled with people Of pure souls. Let this 'beautiful palace', forever Be joyful. Let it grow like a lovable lineage For generations to come.
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And I will never write you a letter While pointing a gun at you Nor a letter intended to tear you apart. Those are momentary surges I'll never bring to life. No. I let them burn within for very short awhile, then die.
I love you. That stands. And that's all I can write for you.
I'm not good at expressing myself plainly, So I embed my love letters in little pieces of poetry And hope one day you'll read each one, see your name all over the lines, and hold onto each part of me for all eternity.