Once In Life Chance - Poem by Hasmukhlal Amathalallal
Why such us madness and magnetic pull?
Why I try to act in haste and look fool?
Even though we both are to be blamed to the extent
What more is needed in the form of comments?
If simple logic is to be applied
Then nothing should be honestly replied
There are no specific words to elaborate
Enough of confusion prevails as how to start or state!
There is ample proof of attachment
One may always try to be closer and can’t afford to be absent
Some unknown string is pulled to cause eagerness
Some shy lines are drawn and visible on the face
Hesitation somewhere makes strong reaction
Enough of complaints to warrant immediate action
Promises to stay together and never to remain away
Exchange of sweet words and closeness in the way
This is how love can be interpreted!
Day is seen longer than expected
Nights are difficult to pass with dead silence
Nothing appeals as night stays longer at once
There is lot more to complain about and patch up
At one point come closer and very next “shut up”
Smile, hate, complaints all in one attempt
Lastly comes use of secret tear weapon intentionally kept
Nothing bad at all to love and to be loved
Whole of universe is for it and believed
Even we encourage it in all the forms
With the advent of times it automatically transforms
Almighty has gifted “love” cell in all human beings
Even if one wants to do away with it, he can’t bring
Love may surface in any other form to find the acceptance
It has to be loved and appreciated all the times hence
I wish the kingdom to last till the last
We may come up with move slow or fast
Yet there is strong feeling to have test at least once
Only fortunate people have it in life as chance
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