Poems by Diksha Sharma

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Poems by Diksha Sharma

 

 

Grandmaa                                                            

 

I mesmerize the time

Of my childhood that

I spent in village with

You grandma as those

Were some splendid days

That I never ever forget

 

Though the time

When you scolded

Me for going on farms

Alone with cousins

 

The time when you

Always shouted at me

For not being able to cook

But also cherish the moments

When you appreciated me

For being a good young lady

In front of others and always

Blessed me with your flawless

 

Smile and glowing eyes

 

 

Ribirth of a broken girl

 

She sat on her window

Mesmerizing the love

 

That changed her life

Though she always tried

 

To let go of her emotions

And the feeling which she has

 

So she started

Thinking to herself

 

What is stopping her to let go of him?

Why is she crying over a guy

who made her life miserable?

Why is she feeling alone

despite of having so much to do with life?

 

Though she don’t get her answer

But promised herself to lead

A splendiferous life.

 

 

His Muse

 

Chaos in his head

Wandering in millions

Of imaginations and places

 

Though the moments

Are blur as they are old now

 

However, he tries to

Capture a beautiful moment

Of an old romantic memory

 

When he first kissed her

As she became his muse

And his poetic verse

 

He mesmerize her

From his heart everyday

And everynight since she

Left him all alone and broken

 

He became a poet

Writing poetic verse

And sonnets as a

Tribute to his only

Love in his lifetime

Whom he loved

With all his soul.

 

 

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