She isn’t there..

Passing wind reminds me
That you were once part of my chaos
Falling tears hiding behind pouring rain
Still my brittle heart feels the pain
Risen dust on the surface, makes me blurry
As our worlds collide and relation wearied
Sun rays impale through the settling dust
Our connection was old and it had rusts
I could see the agony of a tree and its fallen leaves
As it begged, come back to me please
I could foresee you walking away from me
Wishing you would once look back at me
And let me fix what was broken
While we walked on the shoreline
I could see our footprints washed away by waves
Leaving behind wet sand without any trace
Though the scene was gloomy but had its own grace
Broken windowpane banging in and out
Snowy corners with cracked glass
Part of a rugged house named glory
Had suffered too, like our love story
Dark clouds assembled to break the light
I said, it felt nice when it was bright
Piercing through the mists a lighting struck
Seemed it had a message
Stop pretending and feel the pain of twilight
Open your eyes and it’s about time you realize
Once paradise now everything has fallen apart
You have been walking alone all along
Stop reserving table for two, when it’s only you
Still sleeping on the left corner of the bed
Don’t you understand she isn’t there?
Stop ironing her dresses and arranging her closet
It’s too late, she is long gone
Emptiness within you echoes pain
Stop pretending, there is nothing to gain
What you see when you look in the mirror
Is it your past or future?
With bleeding heart you leave trails
Every night you still write her mails
Wake up and stop living like dead
Either move on or live with the agony
I said,
I’ll rather live life pretending she is there
Heal myself with the words of despair
Sleep with her thought until it’s about time
With all the grief, my words will still rhyme



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