jithin raj

Rookie (29/03/1989)

A Faded Love Story - Poem by jithin raj

A soul is crying, ”oh my beloved heart
I missed you on my way “
You were with me, when I taunted other spirits
I stole their clothes, you know it was my age but not me
But still you loved me so much,
We loved each other, and aspired for a life
But Life was so treacherous, it destined me for something else
I forced to take the sword, so to shed the music i hold
But I didn’t take in that you were my music.
Still evoked the night, in which we knew each other
Time invaded on our tale and sent me for a war
I ordained for the prophet, and turned immortal by flooding blood
I turned as the prince of a endless realm.
Still I longed to fly back to you, But the errands saddled me,
Then lived as a sovereign, and in the end, He sent me out of the play
But the era lied too much, it depicted me as god
My blackish skin adorned to blue, and praised as the wisest armament
They didn’t even spare the sacred night we spent together, it glorified as
The moment of romance, but lied it was not only you with me
Praised me as deity of love, and told I resided in each girl’s mind and loved every girl i met
But you know you are the only one I love
If a way back is viable, for always I want to be there,
just below that tree where we sat on that night.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 30, 2011


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