Ankur Thakur

Rookie (13-10-1994 / Samastipur & New Delhi)

Happily Watch Your Lover Go

The day she left,
I cried my heart exploding,
For days and nights I wept,
Mourning over my old feelings...

Somewhere deep inside,
I felt now I am finished,
Dying inside, existing outside,
How could she ever leave me like this.

All that I felt,
Was I loved her alot,
Before My Almighty I knelt,
Asking him 'tell me, did I or not! '.

Next day I woke fresh,
Shouting 'now there are things I know',
Pains in my heart got less,
Love exists only where you can watch your lover go.

Billions live with their love by their side,
Millions wake everyday by kisses' rain,
But one in a thousand happily pass the night,
With just memories of their lovers, without missing them!

Very well your heart knows she has gone,
Your eyes know you'll never see her again,
Still you love her all alone,
Man you are a true lover then!

In this simple world everybody can love,
Anybody can weep or cry,
Accepting heartbreaks is tough,
But real lovers are those who can wave their love happy goodbye...!

Submitted: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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A real poem adapted partially from my life and partially from my friend's...!

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