Crippled Heart - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
Standing on the shore of life
When I pick up the pebbles of memory
My eyes become hazy
Remembering our unfinished story.
A gust of breeze comforts my body
But my soul doesn’t feel the same
The walls of my heart never stop
Echoing your painful name.
The sun sinks into the ocean
Abandoning the love of sky
Beneath that purple light
I recall the day you said goodbye.
I wish you all the joy and glory
Like a sky full of stars
I won’t mind spending my life
With your love’s bluish scars.
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