Category Archives: Poetry

As You Left by Train

In the station filled with people all busy with their day  on that crisp January day, as you went on your way,  I tiptoed to bid you farewell, wrapped in your arms as we tenderly kissed,  the crowd around us … Continue reading

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Frustration!

You seemed worthwhile in the beginning, but slowly you got obsessed Now, so many years later, you’re drunk texting me But, you had your chance and didn’t act So why now with your family in tact, Do you want to … Continue reading

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El Corazón Tonto

Cuando te vi por la primera vez Mi corazón se saltó un latido Claro que no te sentiste la misma Y, acaso, tú nunca me viste en realidad Cuando me diste tu atención Fue solamente por razones físicas Eras mi … Continue reading

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Leave It

I can’t understand why you just can’t let it go What happened was so long ago I made a mistake to let you into my heart You kept making dates but never showed up You kept saying you wanted to … Continue reading

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Perpetually Passing

Within the boundaries of social construct, I cannot say that we can ever be Your life is so different and distant from mine, and that, too, by your own design Many happenstance moments, countless might-have-been thoughts These all seem pointless … Continue reading

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A thought occurred.

When you’re soaring, shining brightly on your own, they want to possess you, have you as their own, but when you’re struggling in moments of insecurity, feeling doomed and can’t see beyond your failures and short comings, they run. Where’s … Continue reading

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Final Goodbye

I think of you and everything that we’ll never again get to do No more tearing up dance floors, no more singing in the rain, no dancing down the avenues of life. I’d always pictured you dancing at my wedding, … Continue reading

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