Sagarika Julka


Spaces - Poem by Sagarika Julka

I was deep asleep, courtesy a tiny pill.
When in my dream, I could feel.
A voice, I thought you called me amidst the night;
I turned around to hold you tight….
But something stopped me, between us.
Few inches away you lay aside, but the spaces.
Of a dreadful night drew me apart.
You hurt me once, and you hurt me twice..
You hurt me again, so much to break a heart.
My breath paced up, eyes wide open
I heard you breathe, just next to me,
Like you used to, those nights when
I cuddled into Your arm, after every dream.
Something between us today stops me..
I dare not try to unveil, reality pains
I turn around to the empty walls..
And close my eyes, till the dark to end.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013



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