Gaurav Mittal

Rookie (04/06/1984 / Chandigarh)

Gaurav Mittal Poems

1. A Longing 7/19/2007
2. The Other Sun 7/19/2007
3. Enslaved Thoughts 7/19/2007
4. My Love, Not A Whim 7/19/2007
5. Her Voice 7/19/2007
6. Black And Ivory 7/19/2007
7. I Shall Not Die 7/19/2007
8. Dream To Be A Child 7/19/2007
9. Thoughts Of A Shizophrenic 7/19/2007
10. Family 7/19/2007
11. Words From A Dying Atheist 7/19/2007
12. Eternal Solitude 7/19/2007
13. Void 1/30/2008
14. Memories 1/30/2008
15. Unfulfilled Desire 1/30/2008
16. A Fatherly Wish 1/30/2008
17. Beethoven's Surprise Visit 1/30/2008
18. Sleep's Precondition 1/30/2008
19. An Insignificant Gift 1/30/2008
20. Three Messiahs 1/30/2008
21. Insane Reality 1/30/2008
22. The Wind's Counsel 1/30/2008
23. Heart And Mind 1/30/2008
24. Voices 1/30/2008
25. A Message 1/30/2008
26. Heartbreak 2/3/2008
27. Twisted Logic 2/8/2008
28. Strangers 6/20/2008
29. Tears 6/20/2008
30. Loneliness 6/20/2008
31. Call Of The Ocean 6/20/2008
32. Hate And Me 6/20/2008
33. Ache 11/9/2008
34. Sleep 6/20/2008
35. A Couplet For Happiness 1/30/2008
36. Bua 1/30/2008
37. Music 1/30/2008
38. I Shall Fly 7/19/2007
39. Let Us Make Love 7/8/2008
40. Ode To My Sister 1/30/2008

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Ode To My Sister

Dearest sweetest Sister,
Though these words of my
Shall surely fall shy
Of doing justice
To the love that I
Have for you,
But still, I shall try.

Where should I start?
It’s a task but hard.
Begin, perhaps, I should
By saying that I could
Not possibly tell you
How beautiful you are
On the outside,
And on the inside
Till the greatest depths
Of fathomable existence.

I thank you for your kindness
For your care, and concern,
And those few brief moments
When you have been stern -
These precious commodities
For which I ...

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A Longing

Oftentimes I do wake up,
In the middle of the night,
To a bed- dark and lonely-
And an emptiness inside.
Oh if only she was here,
I'd lay embracing her tight;
Nestled in her soothing warmth,
I'd sleep till the morning light.

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