@ Love Story
It was not a simple love story about attraction
Or madness of immature age
It was a story about love and more than that
It was critical, it was kind of simple mathematics too
It was about 2 feeble hearts;
It was about 2 thirsty souls;
It was about 2 friends, sharing their moments
Their secrets, sorrows and joys
They knew it that love will crop up soon between them
They wanted to bury their feelings in their mind
They wanted to keep distances
The boy never proposed her
The girl never admit;
Yet 2 hearts falling down and down
Yet love happened
They sailed with an unnamed boat,
shimmering with Love
Respects and oodles of Care for each other
They lived their lives with a thousand joys
In a couple of days
But they never dare to dream
No future was waiting for them to welcome their relation
So they decided to back
They decided to be apart
When the moment of departure arrived
They tried to comfort each other
As death is waiting in front of them...
They tried to catch up the moment forever
They tried to hold their hands
They tried to hug tight
The last kiss!
The last hug!
Last time to say good bye!
Its paining a lot….
But they allowed all pains & sufferings to their life
For the sake of this harsh world
They give up their all
Maybe for them it was the best solution?
So, the boy back to his abnormally sick and sad planet
And the girl cased up again,
On between four walls.....
On that night sky shed tears
like thousand of rain drops falls.....
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