hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Girl for you


At an early age, I used to think
About good wife and paint picture with ink
I will draw big eyes with good lashes
Keep in canvass with good smile to finish

"What she will look like"?
No good ideas may strike
Still I will sink deep into thoughts
Sometimes friends and family members caught me too

It went on for many more years
Till I was forced to hear
"Hi, we have found girl for you"
She is nice, kind and beautiful too

My ear drums started beating
My eyes remained open and almost staring
"Oh no, let me see her first" I smiled with joy
I had no control over wishes and left it to enjoy

"When shall we see each other" one beautiful voice was heard on phone
"Any time of your choice but soon" I wanted it to be done
"Alright then, today evening on lake "I was taken by surprise
"She is damn eager too" I promised her to be in time

Submitted: Friday, June 06, 2014

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