It may have snowed last night
But I would walk out to meet you
The pebbly path may be slippery
But I can find the footholds to reach you
My snow boots may be old
But they would carry me along
It may be warm here
But I can carry it in my sedulous song
Your heart may be cold
But I would ignite it with the fire
That burns bright within us
The flames that you always admire
The sun may be hidden
But it would shine brighter to thaw
The coldness in and out
Our love can never withdraw
Never at the threat of intruders
Who try to alienate ardent lovers
Who try to accentuate acrimony
In the name of cultural covers.
© Balroop Singh
Inspired from Sue Vincent’s #photoprompt Thaw. Thanks dear friend.
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