Kavya S Babu
Nothing more to pen
A letter to you, my dearest friend
Found and lost somewhere in the tale.
A chair for you to be beside
Lay amidst the occupied ones,
I excused, 'My friend will come just now.'
Eyes stride past many a face
Amongst the praising mob in front
But never found you, my dear friend!
It was you who said to go ahead
And that is why I reached the flag.
You triggered my dreams to reality.
You filled my spaces born vacant.
You just tapped and said to cheer up;
'Times will be better and prosperous! '
I left my glory and life is now gloomy.
Still your memories in youth glory!
To my kids, who muse at me; old Papa,
Humming some rhyming unknown scripts,
I told 'I had a friend...a friend in need.'
Waiting for you, my dear old friend
Don't know where you are, but still awaiting
Hope this might reach you, a heart to heart post
Here's nothing more to pen
'You are a friend indeed! '
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