Hold My Hand - Poem by Ritik Kumar
I stood alone there,
Nothing happening fair.
I searched for a way,
On the darkest day.
I wanted a support,
Who'd help me to my fort.
Then you held my hand,
And helped me to stand.
You guided me in thunders,
And helped me on hurdles.
I didn't had much hope,
But you showed me your love.
The storms, the spikes, the turns and twists,
Nothing mattered when you held my wrist.
I wonder what I was without you,
Honestly, my life didn't had any clue.
You accompanied me in joy and sorrow,
And showed me the path to follow.
I wish we'll never separate,
'Cause friends like you are hard to get.
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