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veeraiyah subbulakshmi


the doubt and its effect..


The warmth I feel, whenever I think about you,
The safe place you have, where I can sneak and be comfortable,
A pair of wings you clip on my back,
To fly over our fulfilled dreams,
The wings never been trimmed,
Not it is left to grow huge and wide,
Weightless feathers lift me up to the clouds,
I wander as the aimless bird,
Enjoying the warming sun and cooling breeze,
You have made it possible,
When you have talked to me in the nicest words,
Appreciated me whenever I am deserved,
Encouraged me whenever I am down with tears,
I know that you are there for me to go back,
I know you have the listening ears that hear my joy and trouble,
Many words of sweets, I have to thank your people,
Who had taught you the choicest sentences,
Words express what you think,
You are too great to supply me the flipping wings,
Have I done that to you? Don’t you have any dreams?
Whom do you share all your joy and headaches?
When I have started to think of this twist,
My feathers drop as the falling slow flakes,
The pair of wings, you used to supply,
No more stick on my confused back.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 21, 2013

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