Geetha Jayakumar

Gold Star - 7,548 Points (Kerala Palakkad)

Oh! My Dear Neelu


You are just gorgeous
I havent seen you dear
I heard that
You were once the star here.
There was a time
When you were on
Each one's lips.
Your lovely presence
Did wonders here.
You were the inspirations
For many.
I heard so much of you
That I couldn't resist
To find whereabouts you
If anything struck my mind
I will just be behind it
As I am behind you.
Neelu, why did you
Change your disguise to men.
The feminine voice was
Lovely for you dear.
Why are you hiding in
Mens attire
Just come out like Neelu before.
Yeah, the comments
Did affect me badly
Thinking that it was some
Males voice behind it
But I am damn sure
You are the female..
You are so beautiful
Just unmask yourself
And come out boldly...

I couldn't recognise you.
I am just surprised how
I couldn't recognise you.
But now I will never fall in your words!

Submitted: Saturday, August 31, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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