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Deprived of your Love
by Rupradha Mookerjee
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  Thought you would call me
At midnight to wish me happy birthday
It was my mistake
I shouldn’t have expected anything
I forgot you are no more mine.
I forgot now I am deprived of your love. 

My ears still craved to hear your voice,
My eyes still were dying to see you,
My hands still craved to touch you,
My soul still longed to be united with you,
My heart still wished to feel you;
I forgot now I am deprived of your love.
 

12 passed to 1’o clock and 1 passed to 2,
Still I didn’t get a single call from you.
I dreamt at night I am in your arms,
We are celebrating my birthday together
Till I woke up at 6 and realized it was a dream;
I forgot now I am deprived of your love.

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November 13, 2010
More By: Rupradha Mookerjee
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Comment Simple but heart touching poem.You have mastery of English poetry specially in love poems.Thank you.

Nathmal Sharma
05/28/2013 12:53 PM




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