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kriti krits

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The Remain


Distanced seems to be the shine on his face
Yet his heart pounds at looking her grace
Thinking he would give her space
But time overwrote its pace…

Realise it or not, he is growing into this old phase
For a term, it was called friendship
For a term, more than friendship
And remain was never said…

Wishes were in abundance in her heart
Thoughts were flooding her mind
Painful feelings overtook her inner plights
Yet, words were lost, disappearing from all sights

Realise it or not, she is growing into this old phase
For a term, it was called friendship
For a term, more than friendship
And remain was never said…

Eternity was sought
Still none ever came up
The light of hope faded
The sounds of life died
Yet the remain was never said….

Submitted: Friday, July 29, 2005

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