Love Your Beloved by Kawsar Ahamed

Love Your Beloved
Kawsar Ahamed

Love your beloved
Your time is limited.
No place is restricted
Love your beloved.

Hold her hands stiffly
As no one can mangle,
Hug her smoothly
As no one can scale.
Love your beloved
Your time is limited.

Admire her beauty
She’ll be happy.
Don’t be a guilty
Show your nobility.
Love your beloved
Your time is limited.
Two souls make one

Love has no line.
Love your beloved
Your time is limited.

True love never dies
True love never talks lies.
Feel her closing your eyes
She’ll never disguise,
And time flies naturally
Osculate her regularly.
Your time is limited
Love your beloved.

Long distance doesn’t make break up
What silence does.
Be a garrulous to close up
And never forget to buss.

Love your beloved
Your time is limited.
Never give up
As long as your time is up

Published on: Literary Horizon
An International Peer-Reviewed English Journal
Vol. 1, Issue 1 February 2021

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