Sumeet Mukherjee

Neither you nor me Poem by Sumeet Mukherjee

Why the world looks so different
Why the cool breeze starts to blow
Why those flowers look so red
And why my emotion starts to flow
Why I keep talking to the mirror
Is it you or it’s only me
Why the world comes to a stop
Is known to neither you nor me

Why I keep staring at those eyes
Why the fragrance is in the air
Why my senses have all stopped working
Still I live to dare
In the middle of the night I still lie awake
Is it you or it’s only me
Why do I die to talk to you
Is known to neither you nor me

Why my heart, beats so loud
Why I wish to embrace
Why I feel taking you in my arms
Why your beauty has that grace
Why I feel kissing you once
Is it you or it’s only me
Why I crave to touch those lips
Is known to neither you nor me

Why I keep stumbling on the road
Why I wish to hold your hand
I know you would go away one day
Still I build castles in the sand
Why I deny those all known facts
Is it you or it’s only me
Why I wish to see you once
Is known to neither you nor me

- Sumeet Mukherjee

Submitted: Sunday, July 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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