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Friday, April 24, 2020

If love was a clean sheet


If Love was a clean sheet
My own concept of Love would have been noted down,
My answer to "What Is Love" would have been simplified.

If Love was a clean sheet
The definition of priceless would have existed,
Selflessness would have been translated.

If Love was a clean sheet
My emotional burden would have had a spacing between the lines,
The sharing of "How was your day" would have had a part to come in.

If Love was a clean sheet
The smile and happiness by which your shoulders are rendered would have had a colourful appearance on the right page,
The little frown misunderstanding chipped in would have rested on the left page.

If Love was a clean sheet
The stress from how was your day would have been scrubbed off,
The bath my ink would have given me would have contained different fonts on the slate.

If Love was a clean sheet
The touches and warmth your hands gives me would have caused a division of the clean sheet,
The loneliness my lips had and you bridged would have mixed to form the ink of peppery shade.

If Love was a clean sheet
The bedsheet would have scattered after a tale only the night can tell,
The daylight would have only helped to safe write on the first two lines.

If Love was a clean sheet
Intimacy would have known no bound,
The opening between my tooth would have been obvious on the letters the pages bore.

If Love was a clean sheet
The meal my smile fed you with would have satisfied your heartbeat,
Your veins would have pumped the blood my feathers wouldn't have been able to contain In just letters on a mere sheet.

If Love was a clean sheet
The aura I produced would have needed more than just a sheet,
The special identity I carry would have been told in more than just two pages.

©Smiler.

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