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Vanya Kaushik Poems
There are words, I did'nt say, But you should have known. There are lights which are off, But glow when you watch.
It's not about being alone, It's just about being away, It's not about what you feel, Just about how you heel,
I WOULD CHOOSE HELL!
2a.m and sleep is still away, Complete darkness with a single white ray, Foggy pics of the past, Promises that no more last,
I saw him passing by for the last time, Yet it felt as the very first time, No I wasn't his love, No I wasn't in his hand,
Little eyelids flutter by, Dreaming of the butterfly, Made new friends, And they'll be till the end.
I am back to the shore, Besides me is a sea of endless tears, But not a dropp in my eyes, It seems as if I have forgotten to cry,
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There are words, I did'nt say,
But you should have known.
There are lights which are off,
But glow when you watch.
See the girl so sad,
Go give her hug and you'll see her go mad...
Why do you go behind the touch,
And not the feel?
Is it always me who does not speak,
Or the world keeps its ears and eyes shut,
And calls my words 'unspoken'!