Shadow of Your Smile

May 11, 2009
By Amita Joshi BRONZE, Cheltenham, Other
Amita Joshi BRONZE, Cheltenham, Other
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A time before we met

There was such thing as stereotype.

Then I found what I was looking for

In an unexpected place.

Now a day apart leaves

Us questioning. Because you and I

Click. And a gap I did not even

Know that I had is now filled.

These days, that stance, that laugh

Your eyes, are the things my eyes search for.

I did not look for this in the hope

That you would see it in me.

Merely fell for your smile.

I love. Not to be loved in return.

But I must ask

Are we going anywhere?

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