A poetry from a page of life
A blend of emotions, flashing randomly in mind, with deeply set eyes, gazing past every speck, sitting behind the bars, analyzing and introspecting, whilst the physique bouncing- with the pace of tallyho my eyes still wandering, out of the window- yet another bus ride! Yet another bus ride... with monotonous gazes irritating stares formal smiles and whatsoever... with my reluctant self pondering profound on things - that never change, my eyes still gazing out and... VOILA! I stopped to blink- to capture the flash of smile... Yes... A red giant pulsar, speeding through its way, accelerated by pot-bellied man and that's not all... It's she who sat behind spread the cheer... Her dress patterned with mud, shirt-half tucked her hair-braided & tied up with ribbons partially open.. She sat with bulgy bag on shoulder claiming her to be a school girl... her hands- soft & tiny stretching out to maxim to grasp her dad's stomach that tummied out beyond her tiny hands... But still she tried hugging tight, with her face resting on him, and her eyes glimmering- out of pride and joy with her ride with dad... He now grasps her hands with utmost care and love from his front to bring her more closer and as her presses her palms with his affirming touch, SHE SMILES... she smiles with joy, she smiles with love, she smiles with trust, she smiles with pride... and they fade through their way leaving behind a trace of smile as oft I reminisce this flash...
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