Poem

THE YOUTHFUL QUEST

The young lovers, who are they?
Sweet is the word ‘Love’ on their lips,
A word which goes beyond letters,
But a whole reality that their whole being,
Still in the youthfulness of their days,
Sparkling with a glowing radiance,
That exposes their beauty beyond comparison,
A cure to the sight of frustrated adults,
Their speech melts their hearts, which are
Already bored with worries and vanity.
Sweet memories splashes their brain to
Its highest retentiveness.
Oh! What a lovely thing to be a young lover.
Young lovers never store words in their brain
But in their hearts,
Heart to heart conversation opens their
Minds to reality,
So fragile is their mind in the presence of a
Radiation of beauty,
So sparkling is their eyes when it behold
Its lover,
So encompassing is their arm held out to
Embrace the opportunities that present them
An emotional thrill.
So glorious is the romance of young lovers,
Making one to conclude that failing to love early,
Is to die early as a lonely person.

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Farinola Augustine
Augustine is a Writer, a Philosopher, and an ICT Professional. He is a specialist in web designing as well as content writing. His academic curiosity drives him into a continuous research on findings of Scholars in Science and Technology. In recent times, his publications aim at addressing the moral, ethical, cultural, phenomenological, and existential implications implication of Computing and Virtual Reality Technology on humans and the entire cosmos.

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