Sagarika Julka Poems
|3.||The Breaking Of 'We'||1/11/2012|
|4.||Love And Pain||1/22/2013|
|6.||Let Me Ask You||7/10/2014|
|7.||The Tin Box||7/10/2014|
|11.||Am I Doing Fine?||7/10/2014|
|12.||A Happy New Year! 2012||12/30/2011|
|15.||The Big-Little Girl||2/23/2012|
|17.||For The Sake Of Love||5/5/2013|
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I saw just a glimpse of him,
Dark and handsome, noble as a king;
I saw, just a glimpse of him,
Behind a window with tinted film;
His eyes spoke of a promise,
Deeper than a lusting kiss.
I saw, just a glimpse of him
Like a fragment of a surreal dream;
I whispered softly, ‘what is thy name’?
And he signed it on the window pane,
I drew out a mirror, to reveal the truth,
His name spelled out as ‘SOLITUDE’
Oh yes, you saw through my skin,
You did, you saw what no one did
And... awestruck you whispered
Belle, where were you hiding so long?
I could feel my heart beats pacing,
Army of butterflies unsettled in my stomach.
You wanted me to talk more
And i poured out every bit of me
Enamoured, you pulled out a dozen adjectives in praises of me!