Jay P Narain
Missing You - Poem by Jay P Narain
Do I really miss you?
In the beautiful spring afternoon,
I am admiring the sprouting lilies and daffodils,
When I look deeply in the petals of the African violet,
I see your wide-eyed face smiling at me amidst its petals.
When I am enjoying the sunshine with ecstasy,
Me and my shadow dancing with the joy of the eternity,
Still my heart is missing the melodies of love,
which came out when you softly said something with love.
I may have everything I want,
to entertain and keep me happy,
But all these seem irrelevant,
when I can't find you around me.
Miles and miles away from you,
Even though I pretend I am not lost in you,
I am lost like a lone star in a twilight sky,
I feel like a boat drifting aimless in the sea of life.
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