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by Rupradha Mookerjee
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No response is coming from your side,
I am getting drowned in solitude’s tide,
And if, this time, you don’t come to me,
I will be in ruins again, can’t you see?

Twenty four hours are already gone,
You didn’t respond, tears are flowing on,
I am very apprehensive of tomorrow,
What if it augments my sorrow?

My life will be miserable if you don’t come,
I will again be lost, inconsolable and lonesome,
I have to bury all my dreams in the grave,
Dreams that I once built being a little brave.

One response can keep all my hopes alive,
You need to put one step forward, just a dive,
Then you will see how heavenly it is
To love and be loved, it’s eternal bliss!
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November 06, 2012
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Comments on this Poem

Comment thnk you so much Prof!!

rupradhamookerjee
06/13/2012 00:57 AM

Comment
Mind blowing !!

flame
06/12/2012 22:27 PM

Comment Thanks for all your wishes, they mean a lot to me KumarJi!!

rupradhamookerjee
06/12/2012 05:11 AM

Comment Rupradha, you have Himalayan patience and the longing of the sea for the moon. How I wish you get into the safe arms of your lover wipe the darkness of all the nights!!!

Kumarendra Mallick
06/12/2012 00:19 AM

Comment thank you so much Sony Ji!!

Rupradha
06/11/2012 14:11 PM

Comment Thanks a lot Sivamadhaviyam Ji for sharing your views about waiting!! You are right!!

Rupradha
06/11/2012 14:10 PM

Comment Excellent.

Sony Dalia
06/11/2012 13:03 PM

Comment Waiting can be compared to a toad
Toad is ugly and poisonous, we hate it.
But it has a jewel in its head.
Though it has adversities,
sweet uses of waiting.
Waiting is not a curse. It is blessing in disguise.
It gives us an opportunity to constantly think about the reason of the wait

sivamadhaviyam
06/11/2012 12:41 PM




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