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Disconnection
by Mohini Gurav
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Never was my heart so restless
Disconnected from you in WhatsApp

made my life meaningless
As it was the only medium that kept us
connected for hours countless.
Pining and longing for you added
nothing but only gloominess.

I saw myself in tears and was so distressed
I could not help my soul that was so helpless
Why does one become so crazily senseless?
Love connects two hearts easily and effortless.
They cannot remain disconnected for long
as feelings pile up if not expressed.

Understanding each other from distance can be
the only solution to be accessed.
Hearts are not disconnected even though 
WhatsApp
shows disconnection and disrupts virtual interface.
Temporary problems have to be patiently faced.

Hope we get connected soon
For sure all the sadness will disappear along with the gloom
My heart in your love  knows only to bloom
Dear, come soon and stay forever tuned.

January 04 ,2018
More by :  Mohini Gurav
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