Jude Thadeus

Still, Just For Her.

I have come a long way but just alone,
Am not lonely but still alone.
The problem is just a space between
Looking into the heart and pain.

I came across lots of them, but none of them really matters.
This is not numbness, since the heart is not silent.
A loud quietness lasted for fear of the past…

She winged in like untold secrete revealed.
Destined to fill the gaps? I thought to myself.
A unique creature, that is untold,
Bathed in beauty with dazzling drizzles.
I would've called her an Angel, but she calls herself, Zara.

We shared best time together, but leaved out the emotion.
Isn't that the same as no one is there?
We were so much happy for the moment we shared.
Time raced fast, but I didn't miss it.
She was there for me, as I was there for her.
Then I knew the difference between being there and being alone.

In a moment she gave a look I will remember forever,
My heart embraced it, even though she was shy.
A time we took a walk, was the love I took.
The revival of my long gone feelings…
A time I don't have to go, but wanted to share it just with her.

But time raced faster than normal,
And light pursued by dancing cloud of teasing black.
Then I let off, and never said goodbye,
But still, just for her.

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 1, 2015

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