Marriage

“Caressing my hair
By running down your fingers
Glancing at my lips
With a tease making me fall in slumber.

Levers have gone high
But the weather seems to be all dry
In the bitter cold of the passing winter
We find our passion leaving us with a long cry.”

Married for so long that the compassion is all gone,
Like the two separate souls sleeping together
Not to unite but to hold on for a day more,
To revere the agreement while disfavour the emotion.

Duties are divided to remain far from overlap,
The memories are blurred within the morning fog
And with the drizzle seeping into the garden
It not only wets the green around, but also the life the couple lived.

Marriage was conceived as an epitome of love
But the magic had passed away from their hands,
They had reduced themselves to mere spectators
Enjoying the movie of their memories running on a loop.

The hair had gone grey which flies away with the air
As they make way through the traffic in their new sedan,
While the signal which breaks their flow introduces them
To the couple on a bike and a sign board “Just Married”

Teasing her way through the biker, the lady
Falls back on her guy with a sense of comfort,
Which the guy returns with a glance to hold him tighter.
The crowd in grey, slide back in time to relieve some of their own

There is a small realisation from the couple in the sedan,
And a small look into the growing difference between them
The woman tries to incite a bit of closeness with her man
By placing her hand over the gear which already had a hand more.

Reliving the moments of the past by bringing a tinge of smile
on their misted faces, trying to recognise the passion long gone
By narrating the poem which he had written for the girl in the lady in the time foregone;
gestures of smile follow as the man reads like the boy he once was

“Caressing my hair
By running down your fingers
Glancing at my lips
With a tease making me fall in slumber.

Levers have gone high
But the weathers seems to be all dry
In the bitter cold of the passing winter
We find our passion uniting us with a long sigh.”

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