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A light shines on my window pane,
the gift from the morning meadows,
a blue wind flies by,
the pages of my diary are ruffled revealing forgotten worlds and forgiven words.
Words written , lived and forgotten in the haze of time,
words of past lives it seemed,
words of a distant self,
which the mind no longer remembers.
I close the pages and lock the becursed diary,
it holds secrets that my heart dissuades to know,
a reminder of a life I had escaped,
a vague ghost from the past
whose shadow must no fall on my new beginnings.
Isha is a 18 year old student of English Honors in Christ University. An aspiring poetess, a blundering writer and a hopelessly old school romantic, Isha, decidedly in love with English, Maddhava and all things read more...
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