Once upon a time in poetic dialogue
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12:52 PM Amrita: “you’re under arrest. The charge- trespassing in my dreams”
12:53 PM “you must be tired because you’ve been running through my mind all day”
12:54 PM “Do you have a map? Because I keep getting lost in your eyes”
which one do you like best?
Why do want to arrest me now?
I have for long surrendered myself to you.
If I had been running it was to find an answer.
Can I love you and forget that we had been in love?
So that I can give myself to you over and over again?
Who knows what love is and how it is born?
I am just an ordinary man with no direction.
I lose my way home everyday.
I have no map to guide me out of the wilderness in my mind.
I had once walked by myself, drenched in rain and cheap liquor.
The rain drops had knit a curtain before my eyes through which I had seen a face.
The face is long lost now.
But what I have is so beautiful.
Those fawn like eyes of the princess of my dreams.
I wish I could see it till my hands can feel and my lips can touch.
— Nowhere Man
Can you forget that you are alive?
Will a life without a hope be living?
Its not a life that doesn’t dream…
It is a mere existence…
How can I forget that which gave me life?
Your mere presence, a brush of a finger on my cheek
A warm breath in my hair….
That rekindled hope and steadied my faltering dreams…
A whiff of fresh air, a burst of energy and I soar
The wind never turns, it takes me with it…
higher and higher to secret places…
Lets me be where ever whenever
Doesn’t hold my hands but I know its there
When I fall it cradles me in sweet embrace
I do not know what it is but I know it is here to stay
for ever and forever with you and me…
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