Abhilaasha Singh

Letting Go - Poem by Abhilaasha Singh

Walking down memory lane,
I look at things that once were,
but now have changed.
Walking again through your gates,
Wondering what could have once been,
But now is far too late.

I don't remember your smell,
I don't remember what you feel like anymore.
Forgotten that look in your eyes,
and the promise that you'd rather die that let me go.

Seeing you across the street after so long,
had brought back memories, I though had perished.
Your gaze no longer made my heart swim in joy,
even though it was something I'd long ago cherished.

I don't believe in your love,
I don't think you can be faithful anymore.
I don't seem to know who you are,
because you were someone else,
before I'd let you go.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 20, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, August 20, 2012

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