Rohit Sapra

(7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Bye Bye and Hi Hi


You are not near me
I know it.
Now, you have even stopped thinking about me
Still thoughts, your thoughts never disappear
Tell me what should I do?
Forgotten I have plenty of things with success
Why, am I not able to forget you?
Why?
Why, my heart thinks of you?
Why, please tell me?
Why, is it that even after all the partitions
Still, I feel a joint
Between, you and me
Can I get the answer as to why?
Even If I try to blast away your thoughts
Still, it just does not happen
Can I please know why?
What is the magic about you?
Which spell did you leave on me?
Where and how you learnt to leave a magical spell?
You can hate me as much you like
Abuse me as much you wish with your good English vocabulary
Still, when I close my eyes, the thought of you comes
Why.....Oh.....why?
Is all I ask?
Though, it is okay
As I know it is impossible for me to stop thinking
I find it so tough to ignore you
Okay, bye bye in reality
Hi Hi, in my dreams, love you lost love.

Submitted: Sunday, April 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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Lovers can decide Bye or a Hi although still the story of love forever remains.

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