Lylo Benant


I Miss You


In the moonless night
as I slowly walked down the lane
I heard a strange sound
calling your name

I looked around
to see who was there
on finding no one
I was shivering with fear

and as I moved along
mesmerising the beauty of the night
a mist gathered around
clearly obstructing my sight

suddenly, I saw a flash of light
and again heard the same sound
but what was surprising was that
there was noone around

I kept running
till the sound faded into the blue
it was only then that i realised
it was no one else but my heart missing you!

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2013

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