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Manisha Bhatia is the author of book, When My Father Cried, a romantic fiction novel released on 4th September by Story Mirror at Oxford Bookstore :)
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Everything Will Be Fine~

Few miles strolled
Step to step
A town
We crossed
All through
Our way
I couldn’t
Meet your eyes
Your silence
Was killing me
Made me
Weak inside
The cold eyes
Your steep gaze
Never whine
Unfair affairs
Deep within
The poison
Of pain
Your soul tame
In incessant rain
Pearls hidden inside
Drained with rain
In choked voice
I held your hand
In my hands
For long
A long pause
Engrossed within
Your reaction
Didn’t changed
Your pain
Flew down from
My eyes today
All I could say
Everything will be FINE!!!

@Copyright 2012-Manisha Bhatia



Simran said...

A sweet post with a feeling of hope..everything will be fine :)

Liked your sketch ..and awww I love rain! :)

Jyoti Mishra said...

In incessant rain
Pearls hidden inside
Drained with rain...

so beautiful lines and the last magical line of hope that holds the power of carry you through anything :)

an awesome read Mani !!

Andy said...

Hello Mani.
This sketch of your is very good. You have quite the eye for detail. I feel the pain of this poem too, but there's a glimmer of hope at the end. Poem & sketch compliment each other. Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

A Quiet Evening

Mani said...

@Sim- Thanks my lil wonder :)

Mani said...

@jyoti- Thanks sweets :)

Mani said...

@Andy- Thanks andy...so sweet of u...:)


Simran said...

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sHoNa said...

Award for you :)

Rahul Bhatia said...

A lovely weave, Mani:)

Andy David said...

Hello Mani.
Just stopping by to say thanks for all your support & loyalty. Means a lot to me.
You can also find me on Bloggers.com

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Mani said...

@All- Thanku so much everyone..:)

Tameka said...

You have captured a moment from my life. Sometimes when your loved one is hurting you want to take it away, but men can sometimes be prideful about their emotions. Sometimes hearing reassuring words from us are all that is needed. Loved this!

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