My damsel.

Job welime

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Deep down in my silence resides a love for this special damsel,

She's my dream the one I longed for,

The rainbow in my sky that is more beautiful than anything seen before,

My heart has turned her into a promise I can never break,

My mind has made her a memory I wouldn't dare forget even if I wanted to,

She has painted my canvas with innumerable number of hues that only amplify the echoes of the love confessed,this makes me feel like cupid aimed a much more bigger arrow at my heart than I ever expected,

My love for her cannot be cramped into four letters of the word, because she's a beauty that cannot go unspoken,words on the other hand only diminish the whole of her, otherwise limitless affection,

My love life was a theater and everyone had a role to play,,,she's the only one who got the standing ovation,I hope this description fits her well. 

  • Author: Job welime (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 28th, 2022 01:43
  • Comment from author about the poem: There's just this one love story of mine I wish to own it for the rest of my life,
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 9


  • Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

    Sweet words . Nice expression 🙂

    • Job welime

      I'm glad it appealed dear poet. Cheers for reading

    • Vamsi Sudha

      This does need an heartful ovation. She is truly blessed. So many ways of expression of your affection. She really got a wonderful poet out of you !!

      Great One Job !!

      • Job welime

        Thank you Vamsi for taking time to read, it's sometimes easier to just uproot words from my feelings than to actually be creative, if it comes out well then I rejoice of the fact that atleast feelings can be put out on paper.

        • Vamsi Sudha

          Yes, you have the skill to put it out so well !! Keep it up !!

        • orchidee

          Good write Job.

          • Job welime

            Thankyou dear poet

          • L. B. Mek

            really like your analogy in the last two lines
            another wonderful read, dear poet

            • Job welime

              Thankyou dear poet for reading.

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