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Miss ', I Really Miss (101) /500 ### - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

I was stepping in to become young
I thought it is nice journey but too long
I am afraid and take care not to go wrong
I was expecting everything for song

I am so much influenced by lady smile
She has entered in life just before while'
Life seems to be so interesting and fine
I want to dance on floor with glass of wine

Miss, you can't be so rude
For a word you have made prelude,
All warmth and affection you have included
Hate and distance you have excluded

I never expected you to cast
All doubts but trust should not last
You were the first to realize it fast
Reality known but never wore any kind of mast,

Your innocence and name is kind to infuse
Kind words for me but not meant to confuse
Time was for decision but you never refused
Always stood at right point and crisis defused

Even amidst delicate moments
You did not offer a word or comments
You were hurt most but you used simple word,
Is it blessings to you or gift from Lord?

I loved you most as your dearest friend
Still you didn't put any word at the end,
Kept me at dark or asked or any excuse
Used otherwise it as pretext, denied or refused

'Miss' I miss you but you don't miss,
Did not expect from you kind hug or simple kiss
Not even kind gesture or more of any show
Still I miss you and never beat eye brow

Will this uncertainty remain or go?
Life will be full of remorse but still I would forgo
Is there any restriction from your side or embargo?
You bear always 'no entry' smile with logo

You called on me for good luck and best wishes
I remained dead as no water was available for fish,
May be it is very hard to swallow for some reasons
Why then there should be drought without any season?

I was quick to grasp situation,
Avoided unwarranted efforts for persuasion,
Shock was sudden and heavy but came very late,
I did accept it with grace and as part of fate

She didn't become mine for some reasons
I waited simply for spring season
She too eagerly longed for strong bond
As I was inclined and very fond

She had everything to loose
But she had no option to choose
Why did she take extreme step?
She always used to call me as sweet babe

It may be her way of thinking
It left me high and dry with blinking
What should I call her sacrifice?
A step of dedication or break of promises?


Comments about Miss ', I Really Miss (101) /500 ### by Hasmukh Amathalal

  • Gold Star - 92,193 Points Kumarmani Mahakul (8/29/2016 9:23:00 PM)

    Really interesting composition. Thrilling expression. Thanks. (Report) Reply

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  • Gold Star - 11,075 Points The Poet Poet (8/28/2016 10:53:00 PM)

    you are that light
    which is not missed slight
    but those who miss you
    to you are so very true
    they know they don't deserve you
    which miss was this
    who denied you a fatherly kiss
    or was was it a Mrs kind of lips kiss
    she must have blushed
    as you had made her flush
    in the eyes of so many to view
    that she alone was the miss for you
    hope all knew
    10 upon 10 for you
    sad you missed
    her kiss too (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,810 Points Tribhawan Kaul (4/30/2016 5:13:00 AM)

    A beautiful tribute to a sweet friend. Love reading this. (Report) Reply

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Poems About Miss

  1. 1. Miss ', I Really Miss (101) /500 ### , Hasmukh Amathalal
  2. 2. Miss Rosie , Lucille Clifton
  3. 3. The Kiss I Miss , David Keig
  4. 4. Invitation To Miss Marianne Moore , Elizabeth Bishop
  5. 5. Miss Loo , Walter de la Mare
  6. 6. Miss Lloyd Has Now Went To Miss Green , Jane Austen
  7. 7. Miss Cinderella's Forgotten Shoe , Sylvia Chidi
  8. 8. .i Think Of You And Miss You , Peter Stavropoulos (Best Lov ..
  9. 9. Me Mathematically Speaking (For Miss S) , Dónall Dempsey
  10. 10. The Talking Back Of Miss Valentine Jones.. , June Jordan
  11. 11. Little Miss Brag , Eugene Field
  12. 12. A Tribute To My Grandad - Miss Me, But L.. , Tamara Moir
  13. 13. Peacock Story 2 - Pretty Miss P , Alison Cassidy
  14. 14. (493) Naughty Miss Hauty , Melvina Germain
  15. 15. ~just How Much I Miss You.~ , Dislocated Heart
  16. 16. Understanding Miss Muffett (Children) , C.J. Heck
  17. 17. ' Beautiful Miss (I Miss You) , Efe Benjamin
  18. 18. Miss Jones , Alison Cassidy
  19. 19. ! Miss Gertrude Stein Was As Light As A .. , Michael Shepherd
  20. 20. Belphegor Addressed To Miss De Chammelay , Jean De La Fontaine
  21. 21. Miss Slater , Alison Cassidy
  22. 22. I Miss You My Love......... , Ravi Sathasivam
  23. 23. *'I Miss You'* , Fernando Alvarez
  24. 24. 0010 Miss Elizabeth Bishop Reads At Poem.. , Michael Shepherd
  25. 25. To Miss Cornish , Robert Louis Stevenson
  26. 26. Sonnet To The Memory Of Miss Maria Linley , Mary Darby Robinson
  27. 27. Blink And You'Ll Miss It , Daniel Hooks
  28. 28. I Miss You My Love............ , Ravi Sathasivam
  29. 29. I Miss Everything About You , sweet seven
  30. 30. I Will Miss You , Sara Magana
  31. 31. . When I Miss You... , Kay Barcelon
  32. 32. (i Miss You) With Each Passing Day , Kaitlyn Leighsomething
  33. 33. I Know Lives, I Could Miss , Emily Dickinson
  34. 34. (()) Keeping Up With Miss Jones , Dee Wright
  35. 35. Miss Saturday Lazy , s./j. goldner
  36. 36. Good-Luck, I'Ll Miss You , Selina Gurgacz
  37. 37. Peacock Story 5 - Poor Little Miss P. , Alison Cassidy
  38. 38. I Miss Love , unknown poet
  39. 39. I Sure Do Miss You! ! , Kristin Nicole RothDavis
  40. 40. Sky Fishes (For Miss S) , Dónall Dempsey
  41. 41. Miss Me Like I Miss You , Allysyn Bryant
  42. 42. Miss Everything , Pissed Off
  43. 43. We Miss Her, Not Because We See , Emily Dickinson
  44. 44. I Miss You More And More With Each Passi.. , 7Shadows Teed
  45. 45. .33) Photo: Miss Lindahl's 5th Grade .. , Max Reif
  46. 46. Miss P. , David Darbyshire
  47. 47. A Mother's Love-I Miss You Mama , OLUMIDE FAMILUSI
  48. 48. I Miss You , Claude Davis III
  49. 49. Do You Miss Me Like I Miss You? , Alaina Gubbins
  50. 50. The One Tear You May Miss , Herbert Nehrlich
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