The Act of Doing


I could tell you tales of plenty
I could sit and talk for you
For as long as one eternity

 I could tell you of my wishes
Of the countless thoughts I have
Inside one restless mind

 You could be the one who listens
As well as be the one
That would listen with one heart

To my heart you could listen
As we sit and look at one another
As we listen to our hearts

“We’re poles apart” you’d think.
We’re not indeed that far
Our hearts are very near!

Our lips do wish to be
Where our souls would rather be:
On each other, ever melting…

This ain’t romance in particular,
Or a particle of lack and love
This real, is what this is

This a feeling, just a rush
Of certain liquids or a mush
Which would melt-and only-melt!

Let’s melt together, do things;
We’d do with our eyes closed
We’d do with open hearts!

Let’s be that bigger soul
We’ve ever wished to be, today!
Tomorrow could be late…

13 thoughts on “The Act of Doing

  1. hi SiNa

    Its lovely and the thoughts that you have put there in the verse are something I could relate to easily… I enjoyed the wonderful lines…

    ‘Our lips do wish to be
    Where our souls would rather be:
    On each other, ever melting…’

    Thanks for sharing such a lovely verse and for joining in the Poetry Picnic … Look forward to your posts on “Friends, Relationships and every one around..” next week …

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya

    1. wow, I’m so glad that U could relate to the poem 🙂 and also that U enjoyed it! U’ve always been supportive 🙂 for sure, I’ll see U next week!

    1. Thank you 🙂

      I just penned a poem last night; it’ll be on the picnic page just as soon as I post it on my blog 🙂
      Happy to share!

      B L I S S ~

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