I Don'T Look Westward Now... - Poem by prasanna kumari
Idon't look westward now...
their garden dews reflect the pain of her absence
she left, Abiya my neighbour
leaving her babbling and lisping in my ears
she left in the flowers her inviting smile
and the butterflies resound her anklets
but I am not empty- she hugged her laughter on my shoulder
when springshower starts humming lullaby
or when June starts plucking flowers
she will be back, she will be back
By prasanna kumari, © 2009, All rights reserved.
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