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I'll Come Back
by Pradeep K. Panda

Monday, July 23, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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relationships never die..they keep coming back...

I'll Come Back

by Pradeep Panda on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 5:51am ·
 

I'll come back

 

When u forget me..

 

And be happy

 

That I m away

 

For ever...

 

Remember

 

I'll come back.

 

Once we shared

 

Our times together..

 

Hand in hand

 

Walking down the street

 

On a lonely road

 

Counting trees

 

On either sides..

 

You blamed me

 

For my failing memory..

 

Let me tell u now

 

I remember everything

 

I just wanted to check

 

How u feel about me.

 

It never went unnoticed

 

When I slipped a step.

 

U cared for me

 

So did I...

 

Till...that fateful moment

 

Something happened.

 

And we failed to listen

 

To one another...

 

U were lost in urself

 

I in myself...

 

We behaved like strangers

 

Changed our masks

 

Greeted formally

 

And bade 'Goodbye'..

 

U looked to east

 

I faced the west.

 

Both moved on and on

 

Away from one another...

 

never looked back...

 

Strangely I missed u

 

U too must have missed me.

 

I dont know..

 

But moved on

 

As far as I could..

 

I never forgot anything

 

without u i was lonely..

 

Far in the horizon

 

I can see someone

 

Coming towards me..

 

Is it u...?

 

I m sure now..

 

It is u..

 

Never looking back

 

Now we r face to face

 

U r looking east

 

And I m looking west...

 

Lets make a new beginning

 

Put off our masks

 

And merge into one another

 

Lets be one..u and me...

 

Maybe I was wrong.

 

Maybe u r right...

 

Our eyes see only

 

one another's..

 

I find u and u find me...

 

Remember I said..

 

'I'll come back..'

 

Did I really....?

 

Or was it u....?

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Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/3/2012
A revealing and deeply emotionally challenging poem.
Reviewed by Pradeep Panda 7/24/2012
Thanks Ron....I have tried to explore the different shades of relationship in love....a paradox that keeps happenning...when one tries to forget it reminds that person more and more....separation thickens love till both merge in one singleness...then nothing matters ....
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/24/2012
I hope this isn't true because of the psychological insight it provides. I like the ending where the forgetfulness comes back.

Ron



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