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You and Me
by Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
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  When my friend left us forever
you wanted to creep into my life.
How could you really?
I wondered aghast!
I had too many woes to tender.
Unresponded, you got offended.
You got a compassionate job.
You brought up your children.
You earned a little ill-repute too
because a certain married man
would bump in in your residence
in mornings occasionally.
When we chanced to see each other
you would not hide the hurt.
I was a married man too by then.
Your children grew up,
and got married.
Now you look rather satisfied
and there is a certain glow
which was never part of your persona before.
Occasionally I think,
why cannot we be friends,
and share a little of life's travails.
You hardly care.
Must relationships be extremes only?
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July 04, 2010
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