Shashikant Nishant Sharma

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A Short Love Story Poem by Shashikant Nishant Sharma


Started with meetings and greetings
Talked a lot in few sublime seatings
When I asked her name
She told very soon
My name is moon
I asked what do you want and why
She told me with a shy, sky
My dream is to fly so high
When I asked when you will meet next
She remained silent and later text
During the dawn of Doomsday
I thought and pondered all day
She had told with eyes filled of tear
I asked from what you fear my dear
She expressed the consequences of love
I thought she must have experienced love
Wanted to know who hurt her feeling
The last question shattered my dreaming
I enquired her whom do you hate
She responded without any late
It's you and only you
Go out of my life and view
The love story ended in few days
I am penning it in a mood of craze

{Poem written during stay Patna, Bihar in the December of 2003}

Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012

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