The Road Without You - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
The road that was taken by us
Is now muffled up in dust and smoke
Trees are like shadows of immoral giants
Motionless sweet homes appear to be haunted
There’s nothing more than you I have ever wanted.
Stars are multiplying darkness
I lit up my eyes with pictures of you
Walking alone surrounded with isolation
I distinguish my each breath so claustrophobic
I didn’t know life without you would be so horrific.
Heart is skipping its habitual beats
It would be easier if I could omit this life
For I’ve transfigured into the ghost of present
Wandering on this road with a fruitless searching
While my right hand misses your left hand’s touching.
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