A Faux Pas - Poem by Sambidhan Acharya
When she came near and said me, 'I love you.'
I disposed her proposal laughing,
She walked away and then left me,
I knew she was my best of friend,
But I never thought about her so.
After she left, I realized her importance,
Her encouragement when I was at my lows,
Her consolation when I was in sorrow,
And her support at my needy times,
It was then I realized actually I loved her.
I was deliberate to see her and confess my feeling,
Few years later she came to meet me,
I looked at her charming and ever beautiful
But, then I saw her with her charm husband
Then I realized that was my biggest a faux pas.
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