samyak jain

Your Memory... - Poem by samyak jain

now that
you no longer are with me,
winters are chillier than usual.

but your memories
are the loyal ones.

as i turn back the pages,
they are more than willing
to coalesce together
as compactly as possible
to present you to me,
they try their best
to present the beauty of your
face up front to me,
making sure to push
the warts behind,

i begin to listen to the
jingles of your footsteps
from the distance,
the chills of the winter
begin to make way,

i begin to feel pleasantly
overcome with your presence,
soon enough,
it does not stay longer,

you are too fidgety
to live within the confines
of my dream,
and love.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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