My Beloved Husband

February 7, 2024

My Beloved Husband
Never had I dreamt like this before,
Never had days been so profoundly great.
My arms never warmed as they do now,
You, the man who fills my heart completely.

In the midst of my gaze, I seek your eyes,
Guiding lights that pave my way forward.
I won't depart without holding your strong hands,
Nor sleep without your comforting embrace.
You, my light, my life,
How you've orchestrated my words into a mesmerizing rhythm.
Wishing time would linger longer,
For never have I dreamt like this.

I'm entwined in my devotion to you,
You cradle me as a babe, kiss me as a wife.
Your laughter, an infectious joy, draws me closer,
I'm falling into you, endlessly.

No one can replace you,
I stand by you, my husband.
This, my first letter to you,
Wrap me in your love, envelop my being.
Born for me, my Lilly flower,
Masculine embodiment of love and safety.
I open my eyes, longing for your dimple,
To always see you as my sun and moon."




By Arya Krishna C K
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Comment on this article

  • Anton, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 09 2024

    Beautifully written Arya madam. Felt like have to fall in love again.Wish all the wives were like u

  • Samuel, Mangalore/Washington DC

    Fri, Feb 09 2024

    Is it real or reel life, too much to digest. Your hubby is (mostly) lucky have a wife like you, Feeling jealous as well!. enjoy your married life. stay blessed.

  • Joseph Dsouza, Canada/mangalore

    Thu, Feb 08 2024

    Your husband will be so lucky to get wife like you

  • Bonda, mangalore

    Wed, Feb 07 2024

    Aisa biwi mangalore main hai kya. Its mostly " bow bow"

  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 07 2024

    Biwi Ho To Aisi!

  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Wed, Feb 07 2024

    I wish I had a Dream ...

  • Nirmala Monis Prabhu, Pangla/Mumbai

    Wed, Feb 07 2024

    Very Nice Poem.

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