Love And Longing - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
Come here my love for the last time
To tell me love happens once in a life time,
And I’ll wait for you
Like the penguins do
For their partners in faraway Antarctica,
Who were separated due to migration
Each day under the less visible sun
They long for their lost beloved one.
When they reunite again,
They sing together their favourite love song
Throughout the day all along.
And I, beneath the starry sky,
Still wish if you were here
Only to whisper in my ear,
That love happens once in a life time.
Then I’ll not say farewell to my hope of you
Even knowing it’s very true,
You’ll never come back to me
‘Cause we didn’t lose each other
It was you who chose to leave me.
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