only for a smile
A shelter from the cold
I could teach my heart be bold
And say to you
If only for a smile
Things could be much easier
And I could get to know you
And say to you
Like I think I could
And if only for a smile
Far more precious
than a rainbow
Nor all the songs the winds blow
I could held the hand of a dream
If only for your smile
Remnants of the past.
I have lost count
of the things that we
said- under the crescent
moon and sailing on the blue lagoon.
seemed to remember
the times that we were alone-with
only the white sands for company, cavorting under
of the sun while trying to get a decent tan.
We tried hard not to forget
the memories of our love, but some
things never really last, as we
bid goodbye to a beautiful past…
Glancing at the magical
full moon and
the follies that I have done-for letting
you go without even knowing and asking why.
She is getting Older
Just by sitting
there in the Dark
In between the Starlit and Moonless sky
On a cold and windy February evenings.
In the balcony
sat there Quietly
Sipping her sweetened Indian tea
Oblivious to the singing of the larks and crickets
in the Shadows
once gave her company
And she shared some Horrific Secrets with me-
Of Brilliant characters and Dull companionships
from Distant memory.
She never mentioned His Name to me
And I pondered about it in Secrecy
I tiptoed for the
comforts of my room.
And left her there, still on her lonesome Reverie.
I turned around just before entering the
And found her staring and smiling back at me
There, wrapped in a blanket amid the Lavender-scented air
the Reasons, why she preferred to stay
In the dark just to Cherish-
His Sweet Memories
Everything happened so fast
Like the shooting star fading
into the dark night
She could only heave a sigh and cry
When his spirit vanished from her sight.
in golden crimson
Interfering with cultured wisdom.
Blinding her eyes, confusing her mind.
For the longest time,
she knelt and prayed
Patiently begging the Heavens to reconsider
But nothing happened that day
For the gods were
When she finally bared
Of her soul...