By The Sea Shore - Poem by VEDA ARTHA
Today I had been to the sea shore
of my memories filled with folklore
of fallacy and fantasy tightly interwoven,
to a fabric of life's inevitable regimen.
Today I walked by the seashore
The waves came to retell me my story
As they have seen it all, the entire fury.
And wondered how I became a revenant
Even after the annihilation of emotions.
They gossiped that it was my illusion
That I sought his love in their recognition.
They gently caresses my broken wings
And told me that it was all dreams.
The sand had taken the pledge to take it all
All those memories which has to fall.
And I looked for the sky which saw us
And now silent about my life in blues.
Even the Sun kept his hopeful rays away
To keep my tears at the patience’s bay.
All his promises and pledges like the waves
Retarded back to their world without a trace
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