As I look back

 

As I look back on all that’s happened..growing up, growing together,

changing you, changing me —

There were times when we dreamed together, when we laughed and cried together.

As I look back on those days, I realize how much I truly miss you and how much I truly love you. The past may be gone forever..and whatever the future holds,

Our today’s make the memories of tomorrow.

So, my lifetime friend, it is with all my heart that I send you my love,

Hoping that you’ll always carry my smile with you, for all we have meant to each other and for whatever the future may hold.

 

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THE HYPHENATED UNIVERSE

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jernail S Anand

by Dr. Jernail S Aanand

[Literaria Biographia of this Poem: I always believe that a poem cannot be separated from its creator. And it is created in moments of extreme passion. Language is a fiction. And behind every word that we write, there is a story. Which story gets into the pattern and how much, depends on that MAGICAL MOMENT called the CREATIVE MOMENT. Only a poet’s mind knows, what it will accept, and what will be sifted out. A written text is the firming of up a creative moment. That is all. If that moment had passed, the words, the text, every thing could have changed. On the farther end, the man who is reading is also subjected to the magic of the moment at which he is reading. At any other…

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