Sunday, December 4, 2022

Your Inflicted Pain – Sanober Kahkeshan, Maharashtra


Your inflicted pain
Has developed deep scars in my heart.

I have veiled it from world
Disguises people
Sometimes by laughing
Sometimes by smiling.

Unveils it when alone,
Dresses the deep scars.

Sometimes by tears,
Sometimes in fear
Cover it abruptly.

So, that may not know
That I too, have scars
Carved deep in my heart.

Your inflicted pain
Gave such a strong blow
To a delicate flower;
That it shows no signs
Of healing and blooming.

Adapted to the little space in my heart
Is determined never to leave me,
Assures me, to follow till my grave.

Though you have defied me;
But your inflicted pain
Is too faithful.

Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.


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