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Theme: Agony Share This Page
But What If?
by Rupradha Mookerjee
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  Ever since you started ignoring me,
A part of me rotted within me,
My eyes can’t take the load of my tears,
I am suffering from survival fears,
The endless agony is slowly killing me,
Is that how you would want me to be?

What is my fault, what have I done?
That, all of a sudden, you are gone?
Won’t you come back to me ever?
Now please don’t say, ‘I won’t, never!’
It will break my heart into a thousand pieces,
And will burn into ashes all my silent wishes!
 
Life has become so painful, so hard,
Destiny seems like a house of cards,
Any tornado can shatter it now,
I am clinging to such a fate somehow.
Still I believe things will change one day,
You’ll learn to treat a woman in the right way,
Still I have hopes for a better tomorrow,
Where you will take away all my sorrow.

I am waiting for that breathtaking day
When the three magical words you’ll say!
Still I dream you’ll come back to my shore,
But what if, at that time, I am no more?


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August 13, 2012
More By: Rupradha Mookerjee
Views: 1069      Comments: 9

Comments on this Poem

Comment thanks again Prof!!

rupradhamookerjee
08/16/2012 14:27 PM

Comment

Rupa ji Good write

flame
08/16/2012 13:10 PM

Comment thank you so much Sony Ji!! :-)

rupradhamookerjee
08/14/2012 01:06 AM

Comment Very good poem as always.Cheers.

Sony Dalia
08/13/2012 13:03 PM

Comment thanks a lot Jai Ji & Kumar Ji!! I am touched by your warm reviews..

rupradhamookerjee
08/13/2012 12:28 PM

Comment Dear Rupradha, may the poem remain just a dream and you encounter your Rainman soon on the bank of your wishes! Love.

Kumarendra Mallick
08/13/2012 10:57 AM

Comment Composition is truly commensurate with the theme. I only wish it is fiction!

jairathore
08/13/2012 09:42 AM

Comment thank you so much Bharat Ji!! Glad you liked it..

Rupradha
08/13/2012 06:29 AM

Comment The height of anguish could be compared with a Himalaya of pain but it bites like the fire...! Very nice poem.

Raghav
08/13/2012 05:16 AM




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