Aliya Khan


The lost memory...!


So much to say, so much to hear, so much that i had to clear,
the fear, the cheer all long lost my dear.
to those memories i still adhere,
a reason to not hold on to my tears.
why have you left me bereft?
like a hollow world with a cleft.
indurate it is for me to come by your grave,
for all the love that you gave,
the last song that i write,
to put an end to all the plight,
here my dear i come to where you are,
into the world of stars,
to live a happy hereafter,
to get back all that lost laughter.

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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  • Rookie - 857 Points Gulsher John (9/15/2013 9:21:00 AM)

    fabulous and stunning.....
    great lines to pen....

    especially these.....
    here my dear i come to where you are,
    into the world of stars,
    to live a happy hereafter,
    to get back all that lost laughter.... (Report) Reply

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