Adison Ahuja

November 13th, 1995
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An Ambiguous Dance

Amidst the haze, our friendship grew and bloomed,
An unforeseen bond, in shadows it wove.
The smoke and drinks, and the vices that were consumed.

Uncertain grounds, her actions left me tuned,
Her intentions veiled, a mystery I strove.
Amidst the haze, our friendship grew and bloomed.

Moments shared, the laughter often resumed,
Yet doubts crept in, my heart began to rove.
The smoke and drinks, and the vices that were consumed.

Nervous anticipation, emotions entombed,
Before each meeting, anxiety trove.
Amidst the haze, our friendship grew and bloomed.

Comfort embraced, some rumors had presumed,
That we were more, a love we both disprove.
The smoke and drinks, and the vices that were consumed.

In this confusion, my feelings presumed,
Romantic or platonic? I seek candour thereof.
Amidst the haze, our friendship grew and bloomed,
The smoke and drinks, and the vices that were consumed.
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