Amann Aroraa (28 March 1993 / New Delhi)
Sitting in a corner, she remembers the days.
When seeing her face, he read her emotions.
When he understood what a blink of her eye said to him.
When silence dominated their conversations.
The days now, and the days gone.
The time has really moved on.
What silence did before, today words do.
She misses the silence, silenced between the two.
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