Jay P Narain

Rookie (Jan.1945 / Bihar, India)


Yesterday I was in deep love,
The love overlooked all the differences,
Even the two bodily differences,
The love tried to unite in one.

Today my love has gone stale,
The little differences we overlooked,
have become mountain from the mole,
The hearts which were overcoming all the differences,
Are becoming indifferent to each others existence.

When living a life, why be so indifferent,
Underneath the face of hate lies the smirk of love,
Under the uneasy feeling of indifference,
Lies the restless nights looking for that love again.

The indifference sends creepy feelings inside my heart,
when we promised we will be for each other forever as long as we last,
The conflicts, the hurdles and the irreconcilable differences,
should not keep us from reigniting our passion of love.

Submitted: Friday, August 07, 2009

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  • Rookie Pandian Angelina (8/27/2009 5:10:00 PM)

    Under the uneasy feeling of indifference,
    Lies the restless nights looking for that love again.
    A very touching and beautiful poem
    The search will surely swallow the indifference!
    Angel (Report) Reply

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