Samithree Rajapaksha

Plaintive Memories

Somewhere near deep in my soul
In a place where hard to recall
Memories safe by means of a mole
Are buried with the tears as a whole

Slowly they rise like water bubbles
Worsen all those toils and troubles
Tremble my feelings as tears huddle
When I found a way with rubbles

In those days before I juggled with
My own feelings about that myth
Had a dream with joy and pith
Flew around through all the bliss

My beloved feelings that I had and free
Are now crumbling with the fastest flee
Love and laughter which made that glee
Vanished like the water bubbles in the sea

I just cannot define this plaintive passion
Owes something to this muddled vision
Heartless thought still rise and blossom
About those memories once I've hidden

Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2012
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