I remember those lovely golden days
When I used to bring a smile on your face.
You treated me like a princess
And yearned for my glimpses.
You made comic faces to make me laugh
For you my slight smiling was never enough;
You wanted me to be more and more glad,
You would start crying if I was ever sad.
We shared glances of each other amorously,
Our sweet love flourished vigorously.
In our togetherness we found heaven on earth,
Our lives were full of amusement and mirth.
Now those days are gone with the wind,
Our fortune has mockingly grinned;
Fights resulted in our ego clash,
It bittered our relation in just a flash.
Now you don’t care if I shed tears,
I am fed up of your endless sneers,
The distance between us has grown so much
That now you simply abhor my touch.
Now I can’t find that passion in you,
In a tornado all the candles of love blew,
You are no more that loving guy I knew,
Things have changed and so have you.