Rational Relationship Reflection - Poem by Suraj Samtani
Nasty needless noises.
Ridiculous rattling rain.
You've lost me.
Don't blame the weather.
It did not have to be.
Don't resort to destiny's feather.
Audacious augmented assumptions.
Presupposed purposeless paintings.
They're all created by your mind,
Yet you bring your perception to reality?
Our souls don't still remain in a bind,
Not in mentality, neither in physicality.
Irrational irressitable emotions,
Defied didactic doctrines.
You stopped talking,
Saying it wasn't your mood.
Hand-in-hand we stopped walking,
Our relationship was starved its food.
Tenacious tolerant ties
Subsided silently, slowly
We once used to eat regularly,
But now all invitations are put off with lame excuses.
I know you still eat food, surely.
But you seem to enjoy more at your friends' many houses.
Messy malicious midunderstandings,
Gracious grand grapevines.
I thought you knew me inside-out,
Yet on me you still lay your doubts.
This quarrel requires no shouts.
Neither does it need any spouts.
Vicious volatile visions,
Yearning yesterday's youth.
Being committed to you gave me better sleep.
In the wildnerness of your memories,
I'm still restless even by counting sheep!
If at all we should've met, I leave that to sky's Juries.
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