Abhishek Shah

Rookie - 348 Points (28th December 1989 / Mumbai)

My Girl <Space> Friend - Poem by Abhishek Shah

A lost soul I am not, neither a lonely one!
A little solitude and some peace I seek, and company of precious some.

I have known many and many more will I know, in this world of endless meets!
Yet few are there who will meet again and fewer whom I shall always seek.

An average life, is what I lead, striving to make it large!
Even with some happiness and some joys, it's as interesting as a barge.

I made some friends, as everyone does, a simple process without any plan!
And then you came, with elegance like high-elf's clan.

A feeling of affection that rose, an unsaid closeness that one feels for friend.
We have barely talked and yet in your words I trust; a drive to be your support and help till end.

I don't know what you think of me, but to me it matters a lot.
For to be your friend, I'll never stop.

The love that a brother feels for his sister, it might be!
Or the bond that best friends share and till the end of time together they can see.

You are that buddy on whose shoulder, my woes I can weep.
Finding partners for us and mocking when either gets hitched!

An evening with you, spent munching over pizzas.
That walk along the shore, or carrying your bags across plaza!

I want to be that pillar that you can always rely for support.
And when you find a guy, I want him jealous of our rapport.

You are that girl, I want in my life!
To make that true, till the end I'll strive.

I might be complex, sometimes irritating and seldom unbearable!
Knowing all this, I ask a bond that is irreparable.

Confused you might be, wondering why I push so much without any end!
The answer is but so simple, you are my precious girl friend.

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship

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A poem you'll know it is meant for you when you read it.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2016

Poem Edited: Friday, January 29, 2016

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