Vivek Mehta


An Exclusive Poetry


I am starting this new year
With this exclusive poetry
It’s neither about girls
Nor love but just about us three

This is a rare thing
And a mishap too
It feels so strange
That I am writing on you

This one would be sweet
A little weird though
As it has started on its own
And doesn’t know where to go

It started from the cafeteria
Did you notice how we were knit
In the cab and then in COLT
Everything was just fit

I used to be the happiest
Whenever I was alone
I wasn’t attached to anyone
My pain was just my own

Now whenever I feel heavy
At any time of the day
I just ping you
Saying “Coffee k liye chale? ? ”

In the middle of wave2
The releases and the UAT
We took out time for friendship,
Food court, coffee and chitchat

Without you everything
Would have been a little tougher
Shikha, Wave2 and Weblogic
Would have made me feel like a duffer

Many of the stories
Would have been untold and forgotten
Noida, pigeon and team area
Wouldn’t have been such fun

Although without you
I would have been a lot safer
As all my passwords
Would have been much securer

I’d never thought
That such a turn life will take
And I’ll once again
Be the same old Vivek

You were there in the beginning
Hope to have you till the end
Thanks for being there
Thanks for being my friend.

Submitted: Sunday, May 25, 2008

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  • Rookie - 154 Points Dr.subhendu Kar (5/25/2008 7:22:00 AM)

    lovely one when raving by the heart................march forward onto the moon starting from coffee house, well penned,10+, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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