Sunday, June 20, 2010

The End.

i should have waited for you
by the mango tree
where we promised to meet
and elope.
But when
you left
the thought
did not
cross my mind.
To look
for the small , familiar things
about you
to go
to the mango tree
where we always met
and breathe the air
and imagine
your scent
still in it.
Noi... nope
the thought
did not come
at all.
I just
went to the swings
and reached higher
and higher
i could breathe
fresh air again
and the tears
were washed away by the wind.


(¯`•._.•[Raajii]•._.•´¯) said...

ah this is so touching. Sigh.

Indian Home Maker said...


On second thoughts ...imagine, if it a couple the Khap was also after...

How do we know said...

Hi raaji: thanks..

Hi ihm: :-) socho! we make sth as simple as love so complicated! its khap or parents or ...

Reshma V said...

Moving on... not living in the shadow of the past...
Our movies and culture glorify an obsessive clinging-at-all-costs love, but everyone I know who let go and moved on has told me how much happier they were for it!