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Author Name: Premiumsybarite 1 Comments
Date Added: September 12, 2017 07:09:46 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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No words spoken

& no gestures made.

Yet, I could convey

& he could understand.


Between us, was so much of space

And lot of crowd in between

Yet it was as if, we sat very close

I could smell his breath


The day was done

And we dispersed on a happy note.

But my heart was heavy

And my eyes cried silently.


I lived close by

But my travel seemed far

When I reached home

I was there but not at home.


My eyes slept

But not my heart,

‘coz it was a never ending wait

Of course, for the dawn.

When I reached the spot

My eyes scanned for him.

There he was,

Sitting in a corner.


No words uttered

But our eyes met.

None of us ever spoke

Yet, we expressed a lot.


It was called a day

& we parted again.

There was grief in the air

And a big lump in my throat.


With a heavy heart

I started to walk.

I was completely lost

And my senses went astray.


Small droplets pierced my skin

I looked up in the rain

& stood there fully drenched

I writhed & shivered.


Then came a magical umbrella

I looked around .

& it was ‘he’ holding it for me.

Standing a little away & bathing in the rain.


I pulled him inside

& held him tight.

Again, not a word uttered

Yet, volumes communicated.


A voiceless promise,

A silent commitment,

A strong bond,

That binds us till today.


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Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on October 15, 2017 07:12:13 PM Report

I truly enjoyed this piece you so masterfully penned.  Wonderful job.




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