Serendipity

Dear You,

You are someone I can’t critique for you

made me feel complete in a way I have

never felt in those few and honest words of yours.

We shall be on our own path soon and these very thoughts had been

haunting me since the day we sowed these seeds

of affection for each other. Loving you has been

the most beautiful chapter in my life

and deeply wished to keep it.

I don’t know how much more time I still have to be with you.

Time is running out giving me a panic attack each time I think of it.

At times I just wish to hold the time from ticking off and stagnant the moment.

♥♥♥♥

Life has been a blessing and I couldn’t have asked for more.

 I know I have not been the best neither will I be

 but all that I was to you was the best I could ever be.

I love you with everything that I ever know that I have,

 with those parts that are known to me

and the part yet to be discovered

and with the parts that I will never discover.

I love you with all the particles that I am,

 I’d known and yet to know or probably I’d never know and a little more.

♥♥♥♥

Ours was a quiet love, a tactic one.

 It came without a prelude or a preamble.

 You hardly said the word love and there wasn’t a need of it,

 after all, it was all found in our laughter and our silences.

 If we had doubts then the time has told us otherwise.

No doubt it was a gentle love.

 It was hands and lips and heart in tandem.

There was motion in our body and emotion in our discourse.

 We were a symphony of melody and melancholy.

When you find peace in each other company there is no mistaking.

It was also a kind of love,

selfless in nature that happens to meet in Crossroads.

I saw love in your smile and recognize it

for the first time but we both had our

plane to catch.

♥♥♥♥

It will remain as a serendipitous love…

4 thoughts on “Serendipity

  1. This is so amazingly written who in the world will not love reading such an honest and a generous love pouring out from one’s heart and is written so it will last forever even if the both the loved ones die.

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