Modern Love Poems: I wish there was a thesaurus of people by Shrutee Choudhary


[Note from Frolic: We’re so excited to welcome poet Shrutee Choudhary back to the site. She’s sharing more of her breathtaking modern love poems with us!]

1 ) I always wanted to tell you

that you were like a prism

you took in light and brought 

a rainbow into my world

Now the colours have started to fade

like the dead autumn leaves falling

Soon, there will be a grey overcast sky

one I won’t be able to get rid of

unless you decide, to once again, come by.

2 ) do you think these rhyming words

know how beautifully 

they come together

like a collision of two rivers

do you think they know 

that with every encounter 

they build something solemn

which sounds like a poem

do you think rhyming words know

they rhyme for a reason?

do we? 

I wish there was a thesaurus of people

telling us which ones went best 

with which

then I’d ask you

to put your hand in mine

and just like that

we’d know if we rhyme.

About the Author:

When I’m not busy being a goofball, I like to complicate my life for a living, so I can try and uncomplicate it with words. 

I like to travel and make pictures. I’m also an actor, so I’m really all about the stories. 

In poetic terms, 

I’m the wormhole between reality and fiction

I’m the rhyme and the contradiction. 

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