Jaya Mishra

Rookie (25.09.1993)

Sometimes Poem by Jaya Mishra

Sometimes you feel that your presence isnt very much affecting the people around you.
Sometimes you feel left-out, you feel lost.
Sometimes you want to speak your heart out but could see no one around.
Sometimes you desperately wait for someone to knock at your door but could hear not even some hush.
Sometimes you find yourself biting your dinner alone.
Sometimes you crave for a good night kiss.
Sometimes the blanket cannot even calm your shivers.
Sometimes no one look at your eyes.
Sometimes you act stupid, intentionally, to grab attention but find no reactions.
Sometimes you lie at the corner with your ear plugs plunged in your ears and remain unnoticed.
Sometimes you just stare at the rose drying in the corner of your room.
Sometimes you cannot sleep with lights off.
Sometimes you wake up on a wet pillow.
Sometimes you sit wondering what went wrong and neither have anyone to explain.
Sometimes you call the dearest and get no response....

Submitted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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