The Encounter

Just tried to write, what i felt one night, for all those women who are acid attack victims. Maybe this will not be helpful to anyone in any way but it is my inner self that wants to spill the feelings for those fighter women in the world.

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Abandoned

I was watching my soul slowly drowning in the dark

Holding on to that yearning which made a permanent mark

His pure beauty captivated me in the dorm of affection

With a little space to encourage any suspection

We were like untouched skin of the universe

And as usual the world was a spectator just like a curse

Seperation was the only thing destined to be happen

Though it took years to make it last long with a batten

Roads were not any smoother to haulage any snag

But the force of love was the potent that made us drag

It was life that rammed me on such a short notice

Making a permanent hole in my heart to live with it

With a sudden gasp of pain i broke into pieces

Only to know my existence was a mere false belief

TIME

Oh ! The time has gone again

In doing things but just in vain

Bewildered in the restless space of time

But comfy in all the crazy hopes of life

Pleasure is a beautiful thing time will never appreciate

Withdrawing all the greatness with its sheer atrocitate

Working in the mirage of dreams

Persist just a shadow of gleam

Oh! What a cruel world it is

And we blame all the enormity on a society we live in

Rise up to the path that showers you with contentment

And there will never be a feeling of resentment

Breaking the barriers will take you into the wild

With a little request to never let die your inner child

Raj Bilimoria

INTO THE PAST

I laid myself into the past through the hazy night

Where the roads gleamed by the light of moon

Abetting my inner mind with petty blight

 

All the plot, was the cause of the fickle sight

And you came by just to remind me the scars,

Which made me all but swoon

That fetched me towards our last pseudo fight

 

Do not grow obnoxious too quite

For thou to abide against the doom

You’ve to cling to yourself so tight

 

Hauling myself from the dizzy sight

I found her standing in a messy room;

She split open the door only to find nothing

Just an empty space I was, just a spirit of the source

 

I curse myself for not being with her that night

I was the soul but not with a body anymore

Just begged from the past for the one last try

– Raj Bilimoria

He Got Away

Dressed in her grief she stood fearlessly, when her hero was fighting his last battle

Gathering all the strength she sat beside him holding his hands to help him tackle

Though he knew he wouldn’t make it to the end, Little did he bother about the pain

As her face hide the sorrow gracefully, unable to control her tears she let it drain

Mumbling something in her ears, he gave her, his last piece of advice to comfort her again

She promised him to become his mirror reflection, so that his respect and efforts do not go in vain

As the men in white removed the ventilator, a loud silence spread through the room

He was lying there lifeless, and she was helpless to avoid the doom.

Terrorized from the shock, two women stood silent all of a sudden

One lost her strongest father, and the other lost her handsomest husband

Caste Apart

As i laid on the bed with a sigh of relief

The thing banged me with its sheer grief

It was during the autumn when they shed their most pain

And i was like the only receptor of that torment, like the cool breeze in the plain

Vaguely remembering​ the daunting​ from the past

The curse unraveled the facade behind the mask

“He must belong to our caste”, A message in her whatsapp read

It made my eyes wide open showing the truth that was envisaged

Her father was behind the conspiracy in which i was the only casualty

And i couldn’t take it any longer as i breathed heavily

“That cannot be happen between us”, All She said, as i cried within my heart

And i couldn’t let go her off my mind, still we are miles apart.

Its a well known ending of all the love story

In which the male protagonist is the only fatality

Remembrance

I was dwelling in the past, unknown of all the lies

A chain of hope came by just to lift me up in the skies

Thoughts started pouring into my brain

And it was like a briefing​ of another imagination​

Where happiness comes in the form of rain

It felt like a complete solace

To discover a new me,

Because i left my old-self at your place

My undue feelings for you remained untouched in my soul

As i found out that living was a mere dream that was bound to broke