Hallucination

Hallucination long poem

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It has been raining
I stood on the window
Looking at the rain drops
Silently tip toeing at moments
Restlessly pouring at times

I looked at the clouds
As if walking hand in hand
Like lovers lost, like frienjds found
It was calm and unquiet
Both at the same time

Suddenly
I heard a knock
Somewhere near
Something was beating
Trying to say something

I looked around
Found nothing, I ignored
I heard the same calling out
Someone saying something precious
Like calling out my name
Like telling me “you belongs to me”

Hallucination perhaps
Or may be not
I was at peace, unsettled then
And in such moments
They say we are one with nature

Then
In the rain
In the mountains
I felt
I saw
Things, serene

Standing arms open
“Come to me” someone said
The words which are music to me
The smile which is beauty to me
Looking for something

I went, anxious, eager, searching
Soaked in thoughts
Seeking someone
Someone enveloped me
Something mesmerized me
I stood there enchanted

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I am Rajani Nayar from Delhi. I love travelling, exploring new places & writing. I write on all that my mind can reason, first time i started writing when i lost my father at the age of 19.
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