Wednesday, December 24, 2008

If I could find you now

if I could find you now
I'd find you
breathing soft beside a creek
Listening to water flowing
speaking to the rustling leaves.

If I could find you now
I'd stop and sit beside you
near that creek.
And I would stare into
Your blue eyes,
watch the contours of your face
and sunlight shadows on your skin.
If I could find you now

I'd kiss your face
and hold you in the sunlight,
Kiss your eyelids, say, "I've found you."
warm as love beneath the sun.

3 comments:

NAVAL LANGA said...

You write that :
Listening to water flowing
speaking to the rustling leaves.

Yes, if we can trace The God's foot prints, we can hear , touch and see Him or Her. (I write so, as I have no idea whether the almighty God is He or She.)

Thanks for visiting my blogspace. I have read bible in my college years. I read Gita almost daily. I do read it not because I am a Hindu by religion, but Gita is like a torch that can show us the way out of our unhappiness.

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SarahA said...

Beautiful, you. I love the second stanza especially.

yash gupta said...

Your poetry is so moving...it inspires such beautiful thoughts. I wish there were more here for me to read.