You're Always By My Side
Author: Anjali Thapa


No brown eyes to gaze at
These that dream of you
No porcelain - fair arms
That are wide open for you
This is an end to my wait
A dry stretch of dead years
A full stop to all my daydreams
And painful pearls of tears
I've finally learnt to accept,
And live them up,
Everything that've strewn my path
No ruby pout to wow at
These that drink in coldness
No heart in shining armor
For it cries in loneliness,
This is an end to my weird ways
Ways I too never understood
A full stop to all my daydreams
And painful pearls of tears
I've finally learnt to cheat myself,
And put on,
As if you're still by my side.


Comments on this poem/writing:

Kevin ( -- Sunday, June 8 2003, 12:45 am

Love yourself first ; you'll learn to love others

Deep and touching are your words....goin through seem to be recovering from a painful relationship.
Wellwisher ( -- Wednesday, June 1 2005, 10:30 pm

get over with it.....and get back

I've read all your stuffs. They're all great. But seems like you haven't found any motivation to continue writing. I'm waiting to see more of your good work. Please start writing again.
orchid rajkumari ( -- Saturday, September 17 2005, 03:48 pm

thanks wellwisher...

thanks for your advice, I'm trying to come back. adversity is the best motivation. I'm coming back yet without a complete makeover...perhaps gloomier than before.
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