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First Love
by Ravinder Malhotra
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  Love came to me one day
And knocked on my door
I was only 'thirteen' then
Had not known it before

Who are you I asked amazed
And lent a patient ear
I am love the world longs for
You have nothing to fear

It whispered in my ear a name
That left me in turmoil,
I pondered over the name again
There was much to smile.

It was a name that I had known
I knew from where she rode,
Forth to school then back again
To her father's abode.

Sitting by the fireplace
I gazed into the flame
Saw her pretty face appear
Then vanish once again

The chiseled chin, the funneled nose
Topped with misty eyes
Deeper into the flame I looked
The more she mesmerized.

Now the restless nights I spent
Were different than before
On paper I would write and match
Love, Like, Hate, Adore!

In different ways I spelt my name
And hers sometimes too
But love for us never matched
Try as much I do

Is it destined to be so?
Should I take the cue?
That fate could take her elsewhere
Far away from you

Undeterred, I swore my love
In ways the best I could
As girl to woman she transformed
I knew she understood

Oh she was a stunning lass
Her contours did reveal
Would often pedal around her house
A glance of her to steal

I thought she did betray some signs
Of what she had in mind
A sideways glance, a hesitant smile
Oh further it did me bind

But love and fate being strangers
Each had its own way
While love stays with me for life
Fate walked away

July 16 ,2010
More by :  Ravinder Malhotra
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Poem Comment fantastic!!! keep it up..
rupradhamookerjee
07/20/2010
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