Farewell Poems: 32 / 500

Forgotten Kiss

Rating: 4.9

Tears rolled down,

As I climbed up the hill.

The same hill, the stones

Large and brown

Obstructing path

As in those bygone

Summer afternoons.

There stood the tree,

That old Plum tree,

Where you tried your kisses,

The first one wet with shyness,

The next ones dipped with passion,

And above all the last one to bid…

To bid me the last good bye,

The farewell from my world

Of things shared

Roads, Beds, Beaches, Sandwiches

And the kisses

That initiated

From your foreheads

Through the lips till

They clad all your private

Zones of the soul.


I would have failed

To remember all these,

And even forget

That secret blue wound

On my heart,

That your kiss placed there

On that blue mist of the

Summer afternoon.

Had I not remembered

That blue sky,

That plum shade,

Those clouds

Wandering, white clouds

Crazy with what it saw

Then and there

Between us.

Forgotten Kiss
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Farewell Poems: 32 / 500
Topic(s) of this poem: cloud,forgotten,forgotten love,kiss,shadow
Rivi Rose 05 April 2018

So beautiful, I felt every word. Thank you so much for sharing.

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Many many thanks dear Rivi for such nice compliments and beautiful inspiring words.

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Gajanan Mishra 15 November 2017

private zones of the soul, beautiful

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 17 November 2017

Thanks my revered Sir for the beautiful remarks. Subhas

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Robert Murray Smith 26 April 2018

Such, a beautiful romantic poem image filled.+++10 Robert

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Dr Dillip K Swain 16 March 2021

A great romantic poem! A piece of work to be read with pleasure for all times.

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Dr. Antony Theodore 06 January 2021

The same hill, the stones Large and brown Obstructing path As in those bygone Summer afternoons. A very fine poem. with a great graphic. t ony

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Prativa Rani 01 December 2020

Crazy with what it saw then and there Between us. Beautiful verse of love. Amazing.

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Prativa Rani 01 December 2020

Love this poem so much as it often calls to revisit it. Thanks Sir for the sharing of this poem.

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Navod Dilhara 28 November 2019

You have quite a picturesque language which has almost been used here. Great!

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