Arrival - Poem by Angarag Sandilya
Its been a while since I spent time with myself,
So, that night I sat near the fire, recollecting,
Time had passed, things had changed,
And so did I.
It was so cold outside,
And pitch darkness for sure,
But that seemed to me, as a harbinger
Of a new dawn.
Down the memory lane, I explored the past,
On the walls of time, hung were the moments,
Of joy, recklessness, and fun
But, those days are gone.
Hitherto, I haven't been relevant all the time,
Only now I realize it to be true.
Without keeping track of anything,
I got engulfed and lost to my own devices.
Reality came knocking my door,
When the clock struck midnight.
Apparently, the days wont come again,
But, optimism must live.
Guest don't like clumsy faces,
All I then did was,
Putting a smile on my lips,
Changed the calender...
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