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Poem by Sushant Thapa – Third Heart of Love February 15, 2022

Posted by vscorpiozine in poems, poetry, Sushant Thapa.

This winter
You came with warm hugs.
I have always kept you close
To feel every season touch me gently.
Escape not like a trespasser
Make me a castle of your address.
I am a metaphor man
Make me lyrical enough to smile.
When you pranked me in April and wrote
“I Love You”
I was a fool to not accept it.
They say love is short lived.
Bring me the forever living time
And make me timeless.
Let’s build a third heart
After yours and mine.
I keep collecting you in my art
Nothing feels new
My mind has become your memory.
The dew that dried knew our love.
The snow that melted traced our love.

Author’s bio: Sushant Thapa is a Nepalese poet from Biratnagar, Nepal who holds a Master’s degree in English literature from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. His poems have been published in places like Vscorpiozine’s Blog, Trouvaille Review, The Quiver Review, EKL Review, New York Parrot, Ponder Savant, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, Harbinger Asylum, The Kathmandu Post, My Republica, Bharath Vision, Visible Magazine, Sindh Courier, International Times, The Piker Press, Synchronized Chaos Magazine, Pratik Magazine, Impspired, Dumpster Fire Press, The Beatnik Cowboy and As It Ought To Be Magazine. He has also published three books of poetry.  


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