Messenger of Death…

I have moved on

You gave me no choice

When you ripped my once beating heart

I have gone

I have gone to heaven

And I looked down

And then I saw you

I could read your mind

I see your head down

You face look tired and dejected

I saw once you looked at the sky

Are you in search of my soul?

Oh, I see you and I feel

I feel your pain,

I can see what’s in your heart

I can see you cry everyday

Are those tears for me

Or do you pity yourself

That I can not say

May be you missed me

May be not

I guess you are a mess now

Oh, why did you killed me

Why killed the heart that loved

And why you just walked away?

I see you, but can’t touch

I feel you but can’t talk

I am with you everyday

Look at what you have done,

Without second thoughts

Now you suffer everyday

I am happy

Since I have done no wrong

And I have no regrets

I loved you

I cared

I gave everything I can

And death is just nothing to me

I embraced death

With open arms,

As you were my messenger of death

You killed me, mercilessly

You killed me and now alone

I feel sorry for you

I will be here, I will be in heaven

And I will look at you

Do not sigh now, there is no point

But it’s impossible to fool your own self


About Dakshi

Lost my love.. (Not writing in this blog anymore.)
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2 Responses to Messenger of Death…

  1. last_lines says:

    Very powerful words…Haunting…Reminds me of of one of my favourite poets, Emily Bronte when she wrote a poem on how her lover would miss her and mourn her if she died…

  2. Kavita says:

    Intense and strong!! Guilt is indeed pointless… and it’s all very well said here!
    A beautifully written poem!!

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