Lost In London - Poem by Rohit Sankritya
Far away, in the land of Queen
Crossing continent and mighty ocean
In hope to acquire pastures green
I came to pursue some luminous dreams.
And here I am, in the land of Queen
Gloomy, lonely and lost in dreams
Dreams of you and you alone
In the voice, that is sweet
And fragrance of your breathe.
Couples on street, reminds of solitude
Flowers in garden, aggravates the agony
How could I smile, without a glimpse
How to rejoice, without your smile
Why I left, the blissful company
Joy I reckon, is you with me.
-15-Oct-2005, England, UK
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