Abhishek Shah

Rookie - 348 Points (28th December 1989 / Mumbai)

Where Have You Been? - Poem by Abhishek Shah

Should I say it aloud, or spell it in words?
You came to my aid when my world was in dirt.

In the days so few that we got to know,
I realized without you, my days won't go.

Sometimes chirpy, sometimes you sulk and rest you are like a star!
Funny, bubbly, a little finicky and a lot pretty you are.

I flirt a lot, poke a lot of fun and yet you let me be.
Always so pleasant when talking to you; with you I am always me!

Difficult and stubborn, some claim you are, but to me you are my friend.
Tantrums and challenges make it more vivacious, this bond will know no end.

Your concern for me makes me smile, your presence is like a helping hand.
Happiness for me is when you smile, this god sent angel has my life mend.

You are not a person; you can be one, you can be many!
Bearing my boredom like a true friend and, if needed, sometimes a nanny.

With every gone hour, our talks have become less!
Lets forget all pains, share the worries and clear the mess.

It is obvious to me, without you all will be trash!
In the boring world, your laughter keeps life afresh.

How should I say, for all these emotions the words said are so few!
Yet deep in my heart, I have believed that I have always known you.

Chaos happens and in this world of swirls nothing seems proper.
That's why I'm there, for within this chaos I'll find order.

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship

Comments about Where Have You Been? by Abhishek Shah

  • Abhilasha Bhatt (1/16/2016 5:28:00 AM)

    Really a lovely and beautifully narrated poem....liked it...thanks for sharing :) (Report) Reply

    Abhilasha Bhatt (2/13/2016 8:53:00 AM)

    a pleasure to read it :)

    Abhishek Shah (2/13/2016 8:27:00 AM)

    Thank you for reading and appreciating.
    It really means a lot.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016

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