That corner of street and that of my heart..

That corner
Which is full
Of crowd
In the evening
Laughs
Talks
Shouts
Dance
Food
Couples
Elders
Kids
Cars
Rush
Alive
Lively
At that peak hour
When all wants
To be there
And now
3 hours past
Midnight
No one is there
Not even me
I am glancing
At that corner
From my window
Across the building
As sleep is playing
Hide and seek with me
And I miss the vibes
Of that corner
But it’s not there
I am thinking
Where are all?
And then I relate
That life is the same
At some point
We are surrounded
And we are all together
Then after some years
Even less
We don’t get to see others also
All disperse
The mob breaks
The excitement drowns
May be all are at some other place
Waiting for the time
When all will come back
To that corner
With their regular
Work and make
It feel alive πŸ™‚

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P.S. : There’s a song of Bruno Mars named GRENADE, which starts with line EASY COME, EASY GO and this poem is on how people come and make that corner of street (and heart) alive with their presence and then they leave. They leave their imprints and aura behind and all we are left with is their memories. This weekend to friends and special ones altogether ❀ You can check Grenade and also My least favorite life of Lera Lynn πŸ™‚

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    • Oh you wrote! Maine nahi likha on Janmastami but wrote about Ganesh Chaturthi πŸ˜› I will read your post of Janmastami in a while πŸ˜€ Thoda busy abhi.. You come with a plethora of notifications and I get super happy πŸ˜€ Thank you for liking this post and all the others πŸ˜›

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  1. It’s a beautiful poem, Darshith. You have painted the picture of the street quite well, while highlighting the fact about the human condition which is existential.

    Hope you are having a lovely weekend πŸ™‚

    Love and light ❀

    Anand πŸ™‚

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