Surya Pratap Singh


Beside You - Poem by Surya Pratap Singh

She was too closed,
Like yet to bloom, a rose,
Like yet to fly, a bird,
Like yet to cry, a birth

He was too open, open too much,
Like everything to be said, with a little hush,
Like sweet mild, the chirping,
Like wide open, a bird's wing,

They met today, two strangers,
Along the road, between the vendors,
They crossed and passed, along each other,
And eyes crossed, to glance of another,

Another day, on hazy may,
He found her, in the rain,
Shedding tears of her murky feelings, her eyes drained,
He went close, with an umbrella,
Bloomed feelings he has, o Cinderella,

Look up and a little aside,
He is trying to keep 'em feelings hide,
Have thee eyes bit open, open thin or open wide,
To love haze and hug 'em down, even have the rain arrived,

How long drowned thee be,
Wet in rain, under the tree,
Look up, it's murky,
Drowned for you everything, o lovely,

Have shed thee tears in pain,
Have fled 'em, in the rain,
In love you, so untrained,
In love those tears, flowed untamed,

Look up, u didn't notice,
An umbrella upon you, sun kissed,
Have stopped, the thunder,
In his arms, do surrender

Topic(s) of this poem: love, love and art, love and dreams, love and friendship


Comments about Beside You by Surya Pratap Singh

  • Dr.tony Brahmin Dr.tony Brahmin (3/19/2016 3:06:00 PM)

    Another day, on hazy may,
    He found her, in the rain,
    Shedding tears of her murky feelings, her eyes drained,
    He went close, with an umbrella,
    Bloomed feelings he has, o Cinderella, experience of love, beautiful love expressions, love and love. tha nk you very much dear poet. tony (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 19, 2016



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