Seasons In Us - Poem by Alavi Maliha
Under the starry sky
Where you and I used to lie,
And the summer breeze was our letter.
As the raindrops fall, with a lonely drizzling night,
Our hearts poured out only with sighs.
And when the clouds were painting
The autumn sky with blue,
My patience killed the silence
Every time I whispered to you.
As September reminds me
That the fall has come,
And still I look out for you
As I wander and roam.
They say I'm crazy, maybe a little bit
But the nightmare still haunts me
With the sound when the lightening hits.
I still remember those promises,
That you made; maybe someday!
As the winter knocks my door
And the snowfall colors it gray.
The winter passed by
And here is the spring sky
I lie here all alone,
Waiting for you to catch my eyes.
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