You said “I will never let you go”
Moments before your hands slipped out of mine,
Moments after your beguiling smile,
The moment where all of my destiny rested,
When I was yet to learn the meaning of dying!
I believed you, and in your words,
The poetry and the light in your eyes,
Maybe it was foolish, but it was true
For I believed deeply, I believed in you!
Are we to part ways, walk away?
Never to cross paths, never to stay-
Like we never happened, like we never were?
The heart cries to hold on, the head’s angry and stubborn
But the eyes stare at the closed door, willing it to open.
Guria - The Misfit Girl™
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