Loned Damsel

Ishika Gautam

Faith so blunt woe me under

the eternity of lone I quoth

A coward in damsel dressed

Is my beauty sometimes you loathe?

Ere times, wonder me near the lake,

A canvas and thy colours of love,

A green, a pink, a red—no give or take

Then which turned into a black dove?


Drought of peace I plead; to my visions I say

Plaintive cry of damsel known as me,

And my breaths and love for this day?

Loned up at my sleeps,

The tears do drop without say,

Partial of my lord to heavenly coupled glees

I am a loned damsel to this day.

  • Author: I.G. (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 25th, 2022 06:51
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • spilleronsheet

    And this is so beautiful…tears eloped with grief created a beautiful imagery…hope the damsel rises above her grief…

    • Ishika Gautam

      Thank you for reading it✨

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