Past is never easy to overcome, and sometimes when memories take you offtrack it becomes harder to surf the uncontrollable thoughts rising in the mind. But coming out of is a big relief. This is a poem I wrote some time back…don’t know whether it will resonate with the minds of the readers but these are my truest feelings.
Starry sky and moon lit high,
I knew what my heart meant to do,
Grass felt fresh and I took an unexpected sigh.
I cornered my left eye and could see drops of dew,
On tip of each grass needle, which ever grew.
As I focused gradually to my right,
Brightening stars glimmered in my night filled eyes.
The dark sky was all trimmed
With these billion sequins,twinkling in my eyes,
watery and brimmed.
With every flowing tear, over my face,
I walked into the room with grown up haste.
My heart welcomed me to this rusty room,
Well guarded with unwanted boldness and curtains of doom.
Even brightest star tried to fill light in this room,
But I locked it up again quick and soon,
I ran away as hard as I could,
Because this trip to my heart took me to the unplanned route.
Grasp of fresh air, covered up the unfold layer,
I touched the grass and sidelined the past,
And ran away, ran away far.