A Touch Long-gone

A Touch Long-gone

A Poem by Siddharth
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A bloke was single-mindedly in love with a dame but the latter executed her unwanted deed to part ways with that somebody for whom she was the world. She showered one of the sins upon him leaving him.

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You vanished in the woods without a trace
Before I could yearn for that close embrace
You left me abandoned on a forsaken island
Never thought you would bestow me with a highland

I was head over heels in love with you
The day you departed, you left me in a blue
Now, the sphere is shattered and the soul is all whacked
The invincible spirit had me sacked

Glad you were when you left me in the lurch
I had no option residing my prayers at the church
Did you recall walking out on me
You took a deep sigh when you had a flee

I now grasped falling in love was hard on the knees
Never was I able to locate the keys
Keys that shone like a metal and unfastened the door
Wouldn’t savour the flavour of sanctimonious love anymore

© 2012 Siddharth


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Keep at her! It'll come to you I'm sure, but either you or I wasn't quite ready on this one, your rhymes seemed forced to me.

Posted 7 Years Ago


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John F Carver

7 Years Ago

This second calls and I hear ingots crumbling to dust which in heat they were borne more pure? Just.. read more
Siddharth

7 Years Ago

Oh! Not at all. We seem to be the cards of the same pack goofing around. Yeah!

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Siddharth
Siddharth

New Delhi, Delhi, India



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Hey folks, I am Siddharth Sehrawat from the God's own country of India. I hold a firm passion for writing and am an ardent blogger, poet and a writer. I am sincerely awaiting the influx of that specta.. more..

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