Theme: Love

More Than Friends

Thought I would forget you,
It’s not that I didn’t try,
But my love for you is true,
No, it didn’t vanish or die.

You call me whatever you can,
It doesn’t matter anymore,
I know I am your woman,
Waiting forever at love’s shore.

You think it is easy to stay apart
The way I do now-a-days,
Well, you are etched in my every part,
For me this is the most difficult phase.

You’re my love, both first and last,
Today tomorrow and till time ends,
For it is only love, it is not lust,
Yes, we are more than friends!


More By  :  Rupradha Mookerjee

Views: 1347     Comments: 9

Comments on this Poem

Comment thank you so much Kumarji & Jai ji

11-May-2013 13:46 PM

Comment Rupradhaji, for this one and other three short poems submitted simultaneously, I have a nice feeling as if a fresh air is blowing for good...please carry on with the spirit.

11-May-2013 06:48 AM

Comment Well composed poem, Rupa. Good theme, there is romance, there is pathos and hope, too.

Kumarendra Mallick
11-May-2013 03:01 AM

Comment yeah, Kulbir ji, if we love someone, we have to accept the pain of love too..

10-May-2013 14:53 PM

Comment I am deeply touched by your support and appreciations Nathmal Ji. plz accept my earnest gratitude..

10-May-2013 14:52 PM

Comment Padmaja Ji, I am honored..plz accept my heartfelt thanks!!

10-May-2013 14:50 PM

Comment There's a price you pay for love, and it's with your heart!

10-May-2013 10:52 AM

Comment You choose a path of sacred love.A Hindustani girl loves someone first & last.So don't worry, if you didn't get returnth of love.You did your duty either he did or not.You are a true fellow in God's eyes .He will only take care of you.Soul lovers don't care worldly gains.We all have a great sympathy with you.The poem tells us some reality of life.A lot of thanks for nice emotions & step by step excellent combination of thoughts.Again thanks.

Nathmal Sharma
10-May-2013 10:19 AM

Comment Lovely! I felt as if I am reading Mirza Ghalib and I consider Urdu poetry the ultimate in beauty, pathos and wordplay.

Padmaja Iyengar
10-May-2013 07:41 AM

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