Syllables no new, utter my tongue,
With my heart, it hath just sung-
The verses of my thought, the thoughts so dear,
Emerging from my mind & muses, young…
Do you feel my felt, the words & their soul,
I wish you do, I call & cajole,
To see my heart, come close till-
We are together & we’re not sole…
Abstract:- The author wishes to express his views, & that his expressions , even if not so new, are words from his heart & thought, dear to him. He invites the reader to feel his words till they are together & not sole.
hath:- (Archaic) third person singular present tense of have.
muse:- Reflect deeply on a subject; also, source of an artists expression;
cajole:- Influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing or flattering;
l’invitation:- [French] The Invitation.
References for the Word-Meanings:-
Cambridge English Dictionaries online: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/
TheSage’s English Dictionary & Thesaurus, Sequence Publishing.
The Free Dictionary , by Farlex : http://www.thefreedictionary.com/
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