PARTHA SARATHI PAUL

Freshman - 1,043 Points (29-06-1976 / Guskara-Burdwan)

A sad story song lyric...


She`s too shy; talks so little;
never tells what she feels.
I said; she heard over and again;
spread a smile but spoke only within.
Smiles played in the corners of her a little wide mouth.
Blushed cheeks told, things were pretty okay.
Whenever we met at the time of our meeting,
whenever we`d act the lovers` cozy things;
she closed her eyes seemingly in full joy...
I`d get into the lap of so lovely a riddle!
She`s too shy; talks so little;
never tells what she feels.
I said; she heard over and again;
spread a smile but spoke only within.

She gave no word; never ever.
Ah! she`s a girl of few words.
No promise she ever made;
never said what she felt;
but things would go as they should go
and we had our love in a chair and in a bed!
She was often as stiff as a still pole
holding back her inner self as a whole!
But she never said 'No' to nothing!
And I never felt she was so out of her real self!
I thought it was just a matter of time
as she was jolly young and it was her first love.
Whenever we hugged each other I felt a real love.
All the parting embraces had tears smelling warmth!
But, what was to happen happened maybe a little early.
The break-up occurred as a strike to me so burly!

Now that we have parted our ways;
I get it clean that she was ever in two minds.
She came to me but she was never mine.
And I have lost nothing as she was never mine.
Ah! Wise men say, all happenings are good!
Ah! It sounds now so nice and feels damn fine!

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: lyric


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