We just sat opposite each other,
In a coffee shop
Your eyes were
Looking deeply into me.
We had a great time together.
We shared our joys and pains together.
But never proposed each other.
But your each word of warmth.
Did soothe me many times.
I tried to read you many times
But never ever I felt something unusual.
But each time
You often confused me with your words.
And got my attention diverted to each problem of yours.
Today, some thing
Unusual your eyes spoke of
Which I never felt before.
I could feel the pain
Or sadness in your eyes.
A tear in your eye wanted to say something.
I knew you were leaving tomorrow.
You looked deeply into me.
Before I could ask.
You just had a last look at me
And said bye!
But you left me with
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