Joanna Kantharia

Missing You

Loneliness stood in my pathway like a lump of salt
Soreness stared and glared with piercing thorns all around

Clouds kissed the mountains and the story began
Rivers wept and swayed carrying the moss around

This is how I miss you when I miss you
Everything seems to go wrong and I still miss you

Chirping birds go silent, as if, a storm in the sideway
Thousand miles away are you, from where I stay

Hills and valleys grow misty like denied of sunlight
Highways are empty and far from any common site

This is how I miss you when I miss you
Everything seems to go wrong and I still miss you

Miss you baby, it's not me, but my heart always says
Why is the nature behaving so strangely all the days?

My body and soul travel in different course all together
Soul in search of thee single night or day no matter

This is how I miss you when I miss you
Everything seems to go wrong and I still miss you…

Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

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Comments about Missing You by Joanna Kantharia

  • Deepak ManchandaDeepak Manchanda (8/28/2012 3:41:00 AM)

    A searching soul...thousands of miles from where I stay...enjoyed this expression. Thanks.

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