Shubham Ghormode

(12/5/1996)

One Denyed Meeting


Once their was a planned meeting,
a hard to occur meeting,
a much awaited meeting,
all ended to a denyed meeting!

Hyperdramatic was the meeting,
imotionful was the meeting,
platformless was the meeting,
still awaited was the meeting!

With a sharp denye,, she said no meeting,
subsequent optionless was the meeting,
bound i was to say ok no meeting,
just a cold silence result of a denyed meeting!

Taught me the denyed meeting,
not to fly a kite with a spider web,
just leave both on their own places,
atleast, for the smile of a kid and a spider!

Sometime dry someones eyes,
with your own tear wetted fingers,
believe me for this,
you will feel my pain!

Now onwards no meeting,
black thought of my evil mind,
cried the godman's good mind,
not you, then who, will let own wish to grind! ! ! !

Submitted: Sunday, November 17, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
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