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Vestigial Love
by Dr. Jaipal Singh
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  I you so wish
You can take away all,
What is mine.
Knowledge earned over years,
Identity of sheer hard work,
Social status today I enjoy,
Then there is always some
Amount of wealth and fortune.

But please don't ever ask
To share my memories and pain,
Which are not mine.
I am just a trustee.
It's the vestigial love
Of a short but intense fairy-tale
Which on departure, she left behind
And I had to live with it
In my memories as endless pain.


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April 01, 2012
More By: Dr. Jaipal Singh
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Comments on this Poem

Comment You are so kind and generous, Dr Kumarendra.
It's a paradox! Otherwise I sincerely believe, a pain is personal and we should spread love, peace and joy.

jairathore
04/04/2012 00:42 AM

Comment Rupradha ji, good people, like you, make ordinary an extraordinary thing.

jairathore
04/04/2012 00:38 AM

Comment Very sensitive composition, Jaipal ji. Not only you have tears in your eyes, you cloud each reader's eyes. Lovely.

Kumarendra Mallick
04/03/2012 10:08 AM

Comment an extraordinary poem!!

Rupradha
04/03/2012 01:07 AM




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