Separation Poems

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I'm there!!!
by Sumit Maurya

Don't feel me, M there
can't see me, m air
I'm like your beating heart
Touch the casket and feel my part
Resplendence keeps me on toe
No time for love no chance to go
But I 'll see you someday for sure
That day we will stop and I promise we won't grow anymore
Come and take what's only your
The part of you what been separated so

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Beautiful endings
by Mrunal Chatterjee

Sunsets are proof that endings can be beautiful,
You and I were beautiful too.

As turn the pages of memories with you,
I’m left with a warm feeling in my heart,
Of all those moments spent with you.
Those long conversations by the lake,
Those moments we had under the muted street light,
Those long walks by the beach,
All these I’ll never trade for any treasure in the world.

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Inevitable (unraveling)
by eden cote

He began to grieve something he hadn’t lost

Yet

The melancholy in his eyes was haunting,

They said so much that he didn’t need to speak for her to see it coming




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Badbye
by Fathima Shihabudeen

You won’t be there to put the fan on high speed or put your charging phone on my laptop
And I won’t be there to tell you to reduce the speed of the fan and that my laptop was not a table for you to keep your things
You won’t be there to dirty my room and I will finally be able to sleep on my bed
I won’t be there to switch on the lights when you’re asleep for me to get ready for school
You won’t be there to move the recliner I always sit on to different places
I won’t be there to tell you to not move the furniture to different places
When did we start becoming foes from friends?
Was it since we became ill?
Sick and tired and wishing for death to befall us?
Remember the good old days when we were the same for it will cure us of our disease

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What If
by Chhavi Saxena

What if I tell you I love you?
Would you be quiet - staring right into my eyes?
Or would your eyes fall - feeling somewhat shy?
The motions, the emotions beat in my heart,
What if I tell you the truth? Would you be my part?

My insecurities, my passion, my dreams
Find you in my soul's screams
Your presence, your fragrance
Call my name

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Badbye
by Fathima Shihabudeen

You won’t be there to put the fan on high speed or put your charging phone on my laptop
And I won’t be there to tell you to reduce the speed of the fan and that my laptop was not a table for you to keep your things
You won’t be there to dirty my room and I will finally be able to sleep on my bed
I won’t be there to switch on the lights when you’re asleep for me to get ready for school
You won’t be there to move the recliner I always sit on to different places
I won’t be there to tell you to not move the furniture to different places
When did we start becoming foes from friends?
Was it since we became ill?
Sick and tired and wishing for death to befall us?
Remember the good old days when we were the same for it will cure us of our disease

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Inevitable (unraveling)
by eden cote

He began to grieve something he hadn’t lost

Yet

The melancholy in his eyes was haunting,

They said so much that he didn’t need to speak for her to see it coming




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Companion
by Pallavi Surana

There are people I miss,
I cannot find any more...
The ones I miss are happier,
Happier in a merrier place...

They say time heals everything,
I have felt time does not heal anything.
It only washes away the remnants of ache...

The places we once traversed,

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Beautiful endings
by Mrunal Chatterjee

Sunsets are proof that endings can be beautiful,
You and I were beautiful too.

As turn the pages of memories with you,
I’m left with a warm feeling in my heart,
Of all those moments spent with you.
Those long conversations by the lake,
Those moments we had under the muted street light,
Those long walks by the beach,
All these I’ll never trade for any treasure in the world.

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Lying purple
by The Hsenura

Never a night passed,
Without her photograph.
It stayed idle, lifeless,
Speaking every word
I wish to hear from her.
Sometimes, I bring her
Closer to my lips,
Trying to comb her hair,
To kiss her forehead,
To hush into her ears,

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