The Name - Poem by bala .mv
Beyond the shallow waters of my thought,
Across the deep oceans of my heart,
A name has long been engraved!
The Name long forgotten,
After desperate measures sought,
In a dream of a drunken night,
Last night! It has come again!
She’s here; every inch the same.
After much toils of her own.
No devised hurt of mine,
Every bit of what she’s sown.
But being a fool that I am,
Without a thought, took her in.
But it’s not love anymore,
Hearts hunger; and no more.
We sat and talked,
Hours and hours passed.
She is smiling, always smiling!
She was the only thing I could see,
Not the past or what’s to be.
Happily ended my hearts long fast.
Forever the moment is meant to last.
In my sleep so I thought!
Ere the night must come to an end,
I should have another drink!
To regain what’s lost and pretend,
To my dreams again I must attend!
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