Ankur Mazumder

Silver Star - 3,101 Points ((5 July 1997 - / Chinsurah/West Bengal / India))

Where Were You? - Poem by Ankur Mazumder

Where were you? Where were you?
How did you enter into my heart?
You fell in my eye sight
You wormed your way into my heart
You gave a reason to live
Before I saw you
I was as plain as a white paper
After I saw you
I became as colorful as the rainbow
When I lean on your shoulder
You are my friend
When I lie on your lap
You are also my mother
Where were you? Where were you?
How did you enter into my heart?
You fell in my eye sight
You wormed your way into my heart
You gave a reason to live
In my garden
All the flowers that bloom
Due to the lack of a person to pluck it
They whither on the plant itself
But from the time I saw you
Because of my longing for you
Without desiring to do so
My fingers automatically pluck the flowers
In my whole heart
You sowed yourself like a seed
I didn't bother about it thinking it was just a seed
But very soon when I looked
I saw you standing like a fully grown tree
When I lean on your shoulder
You are my friend
When I lie on your lap
You are also my mother
Where were you? Where were you?
How did you enter into my heart?
You fell in my eye sight
You wormed your way into my heart
You gave a reason to live
When ever I hear my name
I immediately say your name
Always memories of you
Keep surrounding me
Whoever comes before me
I get confused thinking it is you
Because of you
A lightning has struck my heart
You are a part of my life now
You are a part of my emotions now
Today my shadow
Has left me behind and
Is coming behind you
And is following you
Where were you? Where were you?
How did you enter into my heart?
You fell in my eye sight
You wormed your way into my heart
You gave a reason to live

Topic(s) of this poem: love and art


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 14, 2016



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