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In Your Absence
by Rupradha Mookerjee
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  Every ounce of me is parched in your absence.
It seems I have lost my conscience.
I may remain like this in the coming seasons
Benumbed in loneliness for some reasons.
I don’t feel like talking to anyone
Since the God damned day you are gone.

Every tad of me is scorched in pain
My specs smudged in tears’ rain.
Dark circles surround my eyes
As every moment my heart cries.
Who would love you as much as I do?
Don’t you feel the agony I am going through?

Every breath of me feels suffocating
As it becomes a journey of endless waiting.
Somewhere someone has said this and it is true immensely
‘Sometimes absence is needed to feel the presence of someone intensely.’
But it’s needed sometimes and not forever.
So please come back, and leave me never!

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September 13, 2009
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