Naveen Choudary

Rookie (14 November 1982 / Chandigarh)

She Is Gone And Lost Forever - Poem by Naveen Choudary

When noone hears
when noones around
you tend to fear
there are times when you start crying
Looking for someone feminine, embracing you with her soft touch
She's the one you loved so much

Still you're waiting to hear her eloquence on your hutch
But your cell is also lying mute
How can it defy the lonely peace that surround's you
At times you try to refresh the old memories
While reading her numerous messages,

These are burdening your cell's memory
But you are adamant & against deleting them
Because these messages were the lone purveyor of love
That flowed between you and her.

Sometimes you suddenly wake up from your sleep
When your phone rings in night
But this time it's not she, but your naughty friends
Flying out messings that never ends

She will not come
She's gone for ever
She's now the fairy of some one else's kingdom

And you are stranded aloof
Crying an crying like a fool

Once you won her heart, spend the lustful melts
You are crying a loser's cry, and you head knelt down in shame
U lost her when you needed her the most

She loved and cared about you
But you know the game of a stranger, well, infact very well
When she trusted you above the rest

Then you never ever cared about her feelings
She's now gone
Why are you in fear
Why are you feeling your death so near, so near

Comments about She Is Gone And Lost Forever by Naveen Choudary

  • (12/18/2005 3:41:00 PM)

    the sadness
    of moments
    impossible to recall
    the despair of the past
    not able to touch the time
    you should have embraced
    a fine poem
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 18, 2005

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 18, 2005

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