Jitendra Kumar Sahoo

Rookie (17.5.1995 / INDIA, STATE-ODISHA, DIST-KORAPUT, SUNABEDA)

Parting Pal


Oh my parting pal
Oh my precious pearl;
Giftedly I found thee
As the fountain of sweet ale;

Brink a drink as my pal is thirst
I’m addicted on you for time first;
Now i’m a drunked man
Without you i’m wan;

Oh my parting pal
Oh my precious pearl;
You with other guys that fantasy
Is unbearable & I’m filled with jealousy;

As the year pass & went
We are growing long apart;
I want you to know that
You are my soul & heart;

Oh my parting pal
Oh my precious pearl;
Seeing your sweet smile
My wound healed & can walk a mile;

My pal has a complain
That i talk less;
But what to do pal
I’m borned with this set case;

Missing memmories with you whole night
Many more thoughts i had killed in mind fight;
Gone those days of long talks
Now we have to do reverse walks;

Be happy in your life
That i wish that i want;
I’m here always to smile
But its difficult to give sorrow smile;

Oh my parting pal
Oh my precious pearl;
Missing a day missing a month
For me is very tough & unbearable;

Now i have to miss you all seasons
All those caring SMS & Calls;
Having care & tensions
For me on those downfalls;

Oh my parting pal
Oh my precious pearl;
Slowly your sound is becoming weak
your vision on me is erasing very quick;

all that i understand & waiting
you because pain of parting
is nothing to the joy
of meeting again;

Submitted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

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On the memory of my parting best friend i had written this poem

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