From Whence We Came - Poem by Rajdeep Mazumder
We traipsed through countless lands,
Under the haven of resplendent pearls.
We followed the million shooting stars,
And stepped where infinity unfurls.
Together we beheld our nirvana wane,
And dreams dwindled into something sane.
Fare thee well my sweetest melody,
Today I return from whence we came.
Sometimes flowers that bloom together,
Wither miles and miles apart,
Yet distance cannot change their aroma,
Although destiny forces them part.
Though I look upon you one last time,
Fret not; our fragrance shall not die,
With the passing of this last twilight,
You will bloom forever in my eyes.
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