Aparthiba Debray

Rookie (1st Sept,97 / India)

Lonely Crowded Place

Standing at the corner of the Birthday party
Of my dad's colleague's son named Monty
I was feeling horribly lonely
Cause I had left my old place that was homely
I am stuck at this new crowded place
Which made my life a total mess
Everytime I think about my my old lovely friends
Tears come out as heavy monsoon rains
Looking down at my blue branded jeans
Drifted my mind back to those old days of happy scenes
The jeans were bought by my sweet heart
Before a few months we broke apart
They are going along with their own lives
And I am getting far from my old guys
As these things were going on in my mind
I was hoping to get a friend of my own kind
Came out a girl totally different from others
From in between the crowd of party dancers
Came near and sat down bending her knees
And rubbed the tears off my cheeks
Sadness flew off in just a second
Love at first site was what I reckoned
We chatted throughout the whole night
And hold ourselves a bit tight
Things change around as we kissed
I forgot all my old friends I missed
As I started living a whole new life
The birthday boy cut the cake with a knife

Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 23, 2012

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