Discounted Disgrace

Discounted Disgrace short poem

You thought, I came back
As I didn’t have other doors open for me
You must have been day dreaming
I came back to see if my absence
Made you poised or spoiled!

Looking back where we left things incomplete
I always had a regret of not giving you an equal opening
Even though deep in my mind I always expected
You to step forward and ask if my struggles ended!

Life wasn’t tranquil for me or you either
Nor was it effortless to make you see what I saw in us.
You had discrete conventions towards existence
I had tremendous love of joie-de-vivre.

Nevertheless since I couldn’t be conquered
You kept aside this concern for a future battle
Counted all the aches I have caused
Forgot my intention was not to impair you
But to foster you for an imminent prospect!

You thought, fate gave you
An opportunity to counter prior rejection!
You got to be absolute swindle to achieve so
When I walked into your door I kept it wide open
With an expectation that I have to leave empty hands
Knowing, you have to see me leave-taking this time.

As you need to know time didn’t make me weak on you
Rather it made me stronger to gripe the wound.

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I've hated words n I've loved them. It was words that made me feel, Perhaps I was not completely alone. They could be honest with me, n I with them.
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