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A Love That Rekindled The Poet In Me

Sitting alone engrossed in thoughts,
Empty chairs all around,
Make me wonder how much I miss her.

A lovely girl I once met,
Is now miles away from me,
Heart desires to meet her again,
But she’s now far away across the sea.

The moments spent together,
A few of them silly,
A few of them intense,
Are all engraved in my mind forever.

Was it her smile that gave me joy?
Or was it her twinkling eyes that, stole my peace?

Been a destinies child all my life,
Sometimes lonely, sometimes loveless.
Thanks to her, for she made me smile.
At times I smile in her absence,
As I relive our moments of togetherness.

Special she will always be to me,
Never held her hand,
Never Kissed her lips,
Yet my heart beats with Joy.

Was it love or was it not?
The tussle of heart and mind is never ending.

Somewhere deep within my silly heart,
A little voice speaks words of wisdom,
It was love but of a different kind,
She was special and now hard to find.

I find it hard to find words to express my gratitude,
She was an angel who rekindled my poetic attitude.


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  3. Hey, i can relate to this post. :)
    Specially e part abt the smile n e twinkle in e eyes. He's been e only human whose twinkle in e eyes i've really noticed. N his smile used to make my day. It wasn't love but i'm glad i knew him once n i'm content w that.

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  5. @anju: thank u for visiting my blog... glad u could connect with what I Penned... Cheers..take care


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