Sombre Evenings

I find my evenings on the sombre side ,
I don’t know how to put them right ,
It’s just like the flying time comes to a stand still ,
which I cannot fight !!

I find my evenings on the sombre side …(2)

I remember the incident happened a decade ago ,
My stern conscience just won’t let it go ,
The more I try to wipe it out of my conscience ,
The more I get shackled inside !!

I find my evenings on the sombre side…(2)

I do remember how she was was taken away ,
The excruciating fear I saw in her eyes anyway ,
The sobbing of her innocent voice ,
And she told me there was no other choice !!

I find my evenings on the sombre side …(2)

Nobody knows what the almighty has in store for us ,
The justice was not done in case of hers ,
She was a wonderful and delightful soul ,
But unfortunately she was taken away from this world in a disturbing moment of great despair ,
Which left a duly hole in my conscience that I couldn’t repair !!

I find my evenings on the sombre side !!
I find my evenings on the sombre side !!

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