Nostalgia - Poem by Mugdha Khedkar
It's a picture of two girls
sitting on their knees,
it's a picture which
revives old memories.
I smile on seeing myself
a dozen years younger
a chubby girl smiles back
sitting with her sister.
My mother was behind the camera
I clearly remember that day
and though the day has gone with time
it's memories are here to stay.
I clearly remember the picnic
I remember the games we played,
and how we teased each other
these memories will never fade.
Though everything has changed today
all seems to be the same,
for we are the same playful sisters
who smile back from the frame.
Another thing hasn't changed at all
our love, it never will,
but these memories have left an aching void
pictures can never fill
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