And We Made Love
written by: Subhodeep Chakraborty
There was a time when,
There was day and there were nights
I had you in my arms and was
Having some beautiful sights.
You felt like a rose
A tiny, newborn, fresh as the morning sun
A rose that was meant to be young
Forever young, a beautiful rose.
Now I see the things I couldn’t before
Now I feel the essence I hadn’t before
How the poets write the beautiful rhymes
That express the beauty of some marvellous crimes.
Now I see the pity of stopped water
Now I feel the pain of fallen flower
I see them because you made me to
I feel them because I was meant to
When we wake up next to each other
Lying naked, having each other’s essence in ourselves
The morning sun covers us with its tender shine
And we make love, forever, together, in a gentle rhyme…
Hey there, it's Subhodeep Chakraborty. I'm an Indian based writer. And also a commerce student. I know it seems confusing but trust me I'm not that much into academics at all. Moreover, I'm more into literature stuff. I have plenty of hobbies like cooking and reading and watching movies. I spend most of my time with books. Political ones, inspirational ones and fiction too. The first book I've ever read was The Alchemist by Paulo coelho which eventually inspired me to write my own book and then I started working on it. A semi crime thriller life lesson novel. I like reading comic books too. And since my childhood The Batman has been an inspiration to me. Writing about my feelings, writing stories, poems, novels gave me the best feeling I've ever had. And now I'm looking to make people read my work, read about me. I've written many things, novela, short stories, in Bengali language and in English too. But poetries, for god's sake, I love poetries. I love reading them, I love writing them. At the end of the day when everything seems unbearable, when I see a beautiful thing. I write poetry about it. About my feelings, about beauty. And I wish I'll write more to the rest of my life. Maybe in the last day of my life too.
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