Randhir kaur

Gold Star - 9,964 Points (9/2/1997 / Assam, jorhat)

Who Are They? - Poem by Randhir kaur

Sukirtia was customary for everybody but a Madonna for Rashika alone. She was broken and the same was the condition of Rashika. As both were fragmented, they were enticed towards each other so deeply that they could feel every single move and every single breath. By every passing day their relationship became deep-seated. They loved each other so much that could text talk the entire day and still feel that they had spent a very less time together. Distance was the only hindrance which tethers them from physical presence.
Sukirtia said, 'I never let people know my real intense feelings. I hide away anyway but before you, I failed. I drastically failed, as if you know me from ages. You knew everything. You felt me even after being so far away. What people failed to notice even after watching me, you did staying there. Be mine forever. Till eternity and beyond. Let me serve you forever'.
While for Rashika Sukirtia was an modest person. She always treated her as demigod. She said, 'My gaiety is related to you. If you are happy. I am happy. If you remain morose, so does I remain despondent because I feel your every single pang'.
Sukirtia once asked her, 'What relationship do we share? I give you the honours to stamp a tag to our bond'.
Rashika responded, 'People will call us lesbians. But we both know we are not homosexual. I just love you that's it'.
They were not just soul mates but they cared for each other like crony, loved each other like mother and daughter, yelled like a father, acted possessive like a brothel, played a role of a lover and it included world's so many relationships at a time. They loved each other in every visages. What should we name them?
Are they still lesbians?

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Comments about Who Are They? by Randhir kaur

  • Randhir KaurRandhir Kaur (7/18/2017 8:55:00 AM)

    Thank you poet Edward. (Report)Reply

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  • Edward Kofi LouisEdward Kofi Louis (7/9/2017 9:03:00 AM)

    She was broken! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us. (Report)Reply

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