Poems

The Realisation

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He lay there in the death-bed
All alone by himself
On hearing the news
I found myself rushing to meet him
Miraculously I reached in time
To have some moments
With this person who was mine

I was afraid to look at him
In those moments of hesitation
Yesterday flashed in my mind
We had a huge fight
And I threw him out of the house
In rage he drove all by himself
That landed him in this dreadful place

I so much wished to go back in time
And undo whatever I had said to him in last night
I felt as miserable
I regretted all my actions
How could I hurt him
He was my life’s stream
How could I let fury take over love
On a matter which now seemed so trivial

Suddenly I felt a slight brush against my hand
And I came back to the present
A flurry of thoughts ran through my mind
Emotions then were very overpowering

How will I ever look at him
Without the feeling of guilt
Will our relation ever rebuild
Will he forgive me completely
Will our love still blossom
Or fade away like the leaves of autumn

Avoiding to face him I stole a glance
And he was there looking intensely at me
I was afraid that I would see hatred for me
But he was looking at me with eyes full of love
And suddenly I woke up in bed wet in tears

What a relief it was to realise that all this was a dream
And that he was safe and secure beside me

But it taught me a very important lesson
Words should be chosen carefully
As they can cause mass destruction
Anger should be controlled
As it causes a damage irreparable

That moment of rage is just worthless and vile
It may lead to loss of love for our entire life

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