In Vain

For people who have read my poems before: I wrote this more than a year back, in a melancholy and dramatic mood. Pardon me if the poem sounds dumb. I’m… just insanely insecure about this.

For people who are reading my poems for the first time: Don’t judge me on this. Check out some other poems before that. ;-P

Flashback, but I can’t find

the day I first met you

You were there in the background

But really, I had no clue


That one day , you would be

all I’m going to search for

I can see you, but can’t find you

You’re not who you were before.


Those dark eyes, that innocence

Its still seems the same

But it isn’t, not even close

So my love goes all in vain.


In this life, I won’t find

That same boy I knew

He’s been gone awhile now

No hint, no adieu.


Some day, in some other life

We’ll meet again

And that day, I’m sure

My love won’t go in vain.


5 thoughts on “In Vain

    1. I know, but I can’t recreate that feeling again. I’ll just keep it that way, it seems more real. And plus, the first two stanzas might make more sense if I read it out loud in the rhythm that I had created it. I’ll show you later. πŸ™‚

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  1. I loved this! The way it began with romance, traveled through a heart-break and ended with a hope, it was a beautiful journey that I could completely relate to. And if you were insecure about this, I must say you have high standards πŸ˜‰

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    1. Thank you! πŸ™‚
      I don’t know, I prefer my other poems more, but this one is special because it comes straight from the heart. I didn’t even think about writing this poem until the feelings tumbled out in the form of words.. πŸ™‚


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