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A Song of Human Love. (3 poems)

Updated on September 2, 2014
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Manatita is an esteemed author living in London, UK. He writes spiritual books, flash fiction and esoteric poetry, his favourite genre.


Time is Not Enough

Time won’t let me do, what I wish to do,

It forces me to work, gives me the blue.

It dictates my rise at the morning’s hour,

Thus making me sad and tired and sour.

I’d rather stay in bed, given time to recover,

Or sleep all day, at least another half hour!

My Supreme Lord, do give me forty-eight hours,

To accomplish all from my mind-made Towers.

And this includes some extra sleep!

Last evening, when I opened my packed meal,

I found a most beautiful note wrapped in fragrant silk:

“I love you.” It said.

As if this was not sufficient, it continued:

“My darling, you are eternally mine.”

My heart stirred in silence, as the tears rolled down my cheeks.

That evening, when I came home,

It was to the eroticism

Of a bedroom decorated, like a perfumed garden.

The soft, coloured tapestried pillows on which she curved,

Exposed her exquisite silhouette,

Wrapped in soft, light and see-through lingerie.

We kissed, embraced and did amazing things together,

So much so, that they had my heart pulsating speedily,

As we trembled into an unknown sphere of celestial light.

Some minutes after she left this morning,

I pushed open the bedroom door per usual,

Intending to execute my early bathroom duties.

The door moved impedingly, and so I pushed again.

Just beyond the small obstructing stool,

Was a most exquisite bouquet of jasmine flowers.

I picked it up, and read some immortal words,

Once again draped in fragrant silk:

“My darling, I wish to be yours, forever…”

This time my Soul was joyfully silent, as it paid homage

To the One, who had gifted me her love.

-Manatita 13th Feb, 2014. Copyrighted.

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The Humming Bird

Hey little humming bird, sing to me,

My heart is afire; my soul is free.

Let’s dance with the fireflies; buzz with the bee,

Fly with butterflies, on a leaf or a tree.

Flowers bloom and blossom with your love,

As you sing, smile, dance and fly like a dove.

Hey little humming bird, sing to me,

Rock me to sleep with your lovely melody.

- Manatita 13th February, 2014.


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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Yes, CrisSp,

      I like the Humming Bird. Thank you so much for your kind sentiments.

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      CrisSp 4 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

      Such a delightful read complimented by the beauty of the hummingbirds.

      Just lovely!

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Love them too.

      Sweet and simple. Have a great day!!

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Lovely, lovely poetry. Love the hummingbirds.

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Vkwok: My loving friend, thank you so much!1 Appreciate this.

      BlossomSB: Much gratitude. Peace and love to you, always.

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      Victor W. Kwok 4 years ago from Hawaii

      Thanks for sharing these wonderful poems.

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      manatita44 4 years ago

      Thanks a lot, Cyber Shelley.

      Good to see you here. Much peace.

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      Shelley Watson 4 years ago

      Both of them are so moving, thank you for sharing.

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 4 years ago from Victoria, Australia


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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      So nice of you to comment here. Thank you!! Shalom and Happy valentine!!

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      Ruby Jean Richert 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

      This is so beautiful! How have i missed your poetry? Thank you for commenting on my rictameter. Happy to follow you..

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Thanks Ryem.

      You're cool. Much love.

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      Ryem 4 years ago from Maryland

      Both poems are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Think you fit the picture? (smile).

      Thanks Dora

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london


      Yes. My favourite here. Loving thoughts.

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Billy: I actually started with human love poems many moons ago and then chose the esoteric and sublime later. Still, as you know, human love can be quite sublime . A Hubber-friend of mine knows this. (smile here)

      Thanks for your kind comment.

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      Brenda Thornlow 4 years ago from New York

      Your poetry is beautiful. I especially enjoyed A Song of Human Love...very touching.

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      Bill Holland 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Love and spellbound by the beauty of life...well done my friend.

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      Dora Weithers 4 years ago from The Caribbean

      "Spellbound." I hadn't thought of that word for a very long time. Your "Song of Human Love," more specifically your description of that woman brought it to me.

      I need a tune to the "Hummingbird." It'll make an excellent lullaby. Beautiful poetry. Voted Up!