A Letter on a Silken Vellum

A letter on a silken vellum
that I once penned for you,
while sitting on my satiny sheet
recalling spells of your rosy hue.

It’s an apparitional presence in my home,
and not a figment of my imagination;
My love for you is etched on this vellum
our journey is a witness of a firm citation.

Scripting once on a sentient sheet
I saw you smiling at my glad tidings;
Your love surfaced on my rind sheath
stretching its hand to feel my being.

The love we both have shared
from a distance of many miles
needs no assurance of any kind,
see it all over wherever goes my mind.

When my honest confessions
and your reciprocals came vis-à-vis,
the storm inside my heart calmed down.
Then came to life a seemingly dead me.

Neither demeanour nor vicinity matters
when purity, piety pours in abundance;
My magical silken vellum has got it all, a pleader of years of our reluctance.

Heart-shaped vintage piece of parchment with a red rose on it. Valentines Day Card romantic love letter background isolated on white.

Copyright @ DrNikhat Bano October 29, 2020 All rights reserved
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About Nikhat Bano

I am an ESP (English for Specific Purposes) Instructor by profession. I love to write romantic and spiritual poems and I find a great sense of relief after penning down my thoughts on paper. It has now become a passion for me and will continue as long as I live.

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