Coronation of Despair
My love, I will make you the Empress of my heart under the greenwood tree.
I will decorate your neck with the garland of wild flowers.
Before you sit in the throne, I will spread the Longing of my heart in the path.
I shall coronation you with tears of my despair.
Me on your chest
Hold me, feel me, let my head place on your chest,
So, I can feel your chin and your chin can feel my hair.
Now you feel it feels so passionately,
Do you feel my breath just above your heart?
Do not awake me, let me look at you, let me kiss you.
In my dream I see you and me like this,
So, let me sleep eternally like Adonis.
Tabassum Tahmina Shagufta Hussein writes since her early years. Writing is her window to let out her inner most feelings. She completed her Masters in English & American literature and now doing second Masters in Human Resources. She was a Head of Training in Human Resources. Now she is a Free-lance. She believes in love, peace, humanity and harmony. Being an aesthetic she sees & seeks beauty from the blade of grass to the twinkling stars. She loves recitation and breathes poetry. Her Poems were published in Our Poetry Archive Anthology ‘Spiritual Poetry Beyond Borders’2018, The Pangolin Review, A Poem A Day @poetrypotion, Ink and Sword Magazine, Turnpike Magazine, A Tribute to Gabriel Okara Anthology, Academy of Heart and Mind, Tiny seed literary journal, Libretto Literary magazine and Our Poetry Archive Spirit of Nature Anthology 2019. Aestheticism is the essence of her existence. She can be reached email@example.com Shelives in Dhaka, Bangladesh.