Half Way Between - Poem by Mini Menon
'Life with it's half finished sentences'
Surprised me with lot many things.
I remember the days that passed,
The sweetness it had,
The music it woved
With it's grace and beauty.
Now I stand still half way between
All alone in a forbidden path.
Too tired, too afraid I am.
Yet to travel for some reason.
A sickening fear embracing me
As my dreams are swept aside.
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