Inseparable short poem

I am stuck to you in body and soul

A thought, a gesture, a smile, a mole

Rewind your days and count me again

I sum up more than your restless pain

You search yourself in my form

To confide, argue and conform

Your wish to be left alone and quiet

Never misses my mind, my sight

I walk with you on a dingy street

I am that unknown fear you meet

A tear drenched pillow feels my touch

And I know you miss me, oh so much

Your heart beats faster when you are kind

I sense when a void blocks your mind

Call me no God, no spirit nor Zen

I am just words resting in your pen

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Chandrama Deshmukh

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Chandrama Deshmukh is a writer by profession and a poet by passion. Moonlit Monochrome is her first collection of English poems. She has authored two books of Marathi poems. A storyteller of sorts, the moon is her muse. Poetry for Chandrama is that one streak of silver lining amidst the chaos of life. Being an avid reader, photography enthusiast and a part-time playwright, she believes nothing touches her soul the way poetry does.Buy a copy of Moonlit Monochrome - | | FlipKart | Infibeam | Smashwords | Google Play | Amazon KindleWhat Is Moonlit Monochrome?I am picking up pieces of life And handing them over to you. Dipped in words. And longing. This book is a map of my soul. My moonlit monochrome.- Chandrama
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An indefinable relationship; the writer and the writ and yet Chandrama captures its subtle nuances so well, its almost like a love story being written about and truly isn’t that what writing is for a poet/writer – an undying passion. Kudos Chandrama!