* Send Me A Love *

The sound of running water
galvanizes the wound I endure
Since we met
No remedy could heal my injury
The key to my vital health
Is with you
Unlock my bereavement
With your little smile

Intrinsically, I secure
Intransigently, I adore
That sweet little smile
Am I an impudent?

My mind is implacable
My words could be heretical

Your sweet little smile
A mamba
How to revive me?

Send me a love
Inundate my conundrum
a biorhythm

I’m falling into a hosanna
Send me a love
Incinerate my Draconian concatenation
Canalize the river of longing
Your sweet little smile
Astounds my lurid heart

Send me a love

by Sulaiman Mohd Yusof

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Comments (3)

ain't this one a wowser! and in just fifteen syllables! can you find a better expression of the bittersweet experience that is being human? -glen kappy
Wow. Susan Williams is right. What a contrast! This is the very best kind of haiku - - - where the last line surprises you and contrasts from the rest of the poem.
Oh, I am absolutely stunned by the contrast here- -WoW! ! ! !