White


(Dear beloved)
What do you see when I say white?
Other than my smile which shines so bright,
Every time I am in your earthly presence,
Which secretly give me love lessons.

 
Do you see things through my eyes?
The way they bore into your white sky,
The one colour that suits you the best,
The one you intentionally wrap around your chest.

 
What do you see when I say white?
Are they my untanned arms hugging you tight?
The ones you deliberately imprint your seal on,
Marking them regularly which turn blue over dawn.

 
What do you see when I say white?
Are they the satin sheets which shine under the light?
Of the yellow hue that illuminates our room,
And the rest of them while I picture you as my groom.

 
You brought to my life a colourful palette,
Yet white is the colour which satisfies my palate,
I reckon pure bliss will fill our every night,
Because, you my love, are the pure soul white!

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