(It took me an hour to weave this true story into a poem. I would love to know your thoughts in the comment below.)
The dark shadows in her lips
A massive discomfort
Had her heart
She could not
The tunes of
Printing her every
To taste the love
Which now grew
Beastly and Bitter
The dark shadows in her
Lips remain freezed
For she refuses
To let the black clouds
Pour over her family
Some thick mascaras
Shades of foundation
With a smile she fakes, she clothes herself
She sails in the river and deceives so well.
I watched that blue,deep blue ocean
As it’s waves twirled and move forward
I felt at once to swipe myself off and leave with it’s to and fro motion, without a trace.
Until my body,tired of holding the weight gets exhausted
My existence becomes extinct
As the ocean slowly swallows me in.
So deeply did I delve in the thought
That I found no difference between you and that vast ocean.
It’s color resembled your eyes.
Yes, your blue eyes where I had so long sailed
Didn’t realize that the weather change
be it in your eyes or that Ocean,it’s same.
And at last I became that old Titanic
Sinking, gradually sinking in the pains
That left me all broken and paralysed
But you are too unworthy to be called an ocean
That harbours thousand different lives.
Never does it abuse or leave others bruised.
As I viewed the blue universe
It taught me lessons in silence
So letting everything go
I stand before it, peeling off that paralysed self,in an outfit,
That mirrors its color.
My mind and my heart all blue
Resembling the powerful
Blue,Yes,deep blue ocean.
Post by :pr_timeandreflections
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