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Missing “You”

Missing someone can really be heart wrenching. I was enduring this feeling one day. Hence I came up with this piece. Hope you all will like it.

—Missing You—

You touched my soul
Like no one before
Left me alone and
shook me, to the core.

An affair full of wrench,
In a sea of tears, I did drench.
You left me with no choice,
Lost in love, without a voice.

Seldom did I forget,
how you made me smile,
A glimpse of you and
my heart, raced a mile.

Reminiscing the time spent together
and the love, as soft as a feather.
Those late night talks,
without fretting about the clocks,
random walks on the moonlit roads
were one of my favorite episodes.

I miss the vibe we shared
those moments will never return, I’m scared.
Missing you is now a routine,
Life has become a blank screen.
With a smile on my lips, I pray
for your welfare, wherever you stay.

—Ritu Raj

Struggle

She was struggling all alone,

none could hear the silent groan.

Bruises, too deep….

scathed by some creep.

 

A solitary tear

trickled down the cheek,

as the onlookers

gave her a grotty peek.

 

Dejected and deprived of

love and care,

the situation was squicky

and full of despair.

 

Not a single noble soul

dared to make it right,

most turned their faces

after seeing her plight.

 

Waiting for a miracle

she looked up the sky,

hoping our Father in Heaven

will listen to her sigh.

 

With no desires left

where humanity stood bereft,

she decided to leave

with none to grieve.

 

—Ritu Raj