Raaghavi SudhaGenga

There He Goes Again - Poem by Raaghavi SudhaGenga

There he goes, moving slowly
And so lonely before me;
Both walking under the canopies
Of saffron clouds and golden trees.
Never wished to love anyone so dear,
But he was the one for me to fear.
Not knowing I was behind,
Following him with all my mind,
He sped his pace in a hurry
To meet, I suppose, some merry
Companion who wiped out all his
Weariness of the day with bliss.
He stood still for second
To see that he left nothing behind;
But he never turned around -
To feel what was in the surround.
And he'll never know that he
Left my heart behind that yearned to be
Always his... And there he goes again
Breaking my heart once again.
He never cared for a farewell
‘Cause he never knew that I dwell.
Taking all the light of my day with him,
He goes, making my life dull and dim.
And there he goes, snatching all my fun,
Sinking in the depths, my westward setting Sun.

Topic(s) of this poem: sun, unrequited love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Once upon a time, not so long ago, I was enticed by the charms of the Setting Sun from whom I could not take my eyes away. Then I realized. I was in love with him.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 23, 2015

Poem Edited: Monday, March 23, 2015

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