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The incandescent amour.~
Buried thoughts behind that fervent gaze,
As he puffed off another one from his cigarette case,
Wondering if he was from cupid's experimental lot,
Thinking if he could give love another shot.
Shy and withered, his emotions were a chaos,
"Could I be fixed", bawled an inner voice,
An old veteran at loving and losing,
Afterall, freelancer at love was his personal choice.
In a life with little hope, leading astray,
Entered a girl with a paridisiac dusky complexion,
Coupled with dreamy eyes and picturesque hair,
God had sent him the perfect concoction.
Those talks made him feel like twelve again,
The sniggers he could listen to all day,
Slowly, comforting his agony and pain,
She was caressing him towards his heyday.
Those meandering hair resting on her shoulder,
Indeed the wonderland, described by John Mayer,
That smile had already cast a spell on him,
She became his favourite sin, his favourite whim.
Never did he think a girl is what it would take,
To divest oneself of all that is mundane.
Their love, no less than a rhapsodic ballad,
Together they were complete; nothing else to gain.
Called her 'my angel', befitting the idiosyncrasies.
She was the horcrux he never made,
The end of his quest for ecstasies.