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Jishnu Nair

Rookie (10/11/1992 / Kottayam)

The Milky Way

I lost you on that day
It left me in utter dismay
But the irony of the day
You were not mine to say

Now I see you everyday
But I choose nothing to say
Maybe you think the same way
Waiting for another day

Something changed in you and me
No one is to blame you see
Some say it was not meant to be
Some say maybe some day
It'be alright on its own way

We don't talk anymore
Try to avoid each other in the roar
Of the busy life we pretend
To have each day
Maybe it's for the best we say

Even though I was just a friend
You were more to me till the end
Only time has the right to say
If it's meant to be
It'll show us the way
If it's not
Then let me say
I would never hate you in any way

It's not me nor were you
The one who is to blame it through
So I wish everyday
Things hadn't turned this way
Wish I had found the Milky Way
Held your hand and just flown away

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014

Topic(s): love

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