Saturday, September 24, 2011

Moonlight Kiss. Jan 'o5 (Part 2)



"Come, lets go in. It's cold outside."
"I'm fine here.." I say.

My mother slides her fingers through mine, and sits down besides me.
We both weep as we sit and watch the sea from a distance.

We watch the powerful waves go up and down.. It does not remain still at all.
Yes, I watch the powerful waves. The waves in front of which even my love was helpless..

The night passes, but I remain there.
- On the footsteps of my porch, hoping for her to return.
Cursing the sea for drowning my love..

Thousands died.
Many lives were lost. And she was one of them.
The Tsunami took her away from me, and her body was not yet found.
People have given up hope, because many more were missing.
Everyone lost something or the other in the Tsunami. And I lost the person I was going to spend my life with..

I broke the promise of never letting her drown..

(Cont..)

12 comments:

  1. Oh so sad :( but very nice :)

    - missshesaid.blogspot.com <3

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  2. Aaahhh...!!! :( Its sad.. I thought it was going to be a love story..!!! but lovely words.. You are at your best..!!! :)

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  3. This was sad, and yet.. peaceful.
    Or maybe it's the music I'm listening to.

    But.. you write much better than I do :)

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  4. oh this stings...esp in light of all the joy in the first post...

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  5. Umm sad...Y Y Y ? Okie i do like sad endings but still!
    Looved reading it and thnx for this awesome sequel.ing it and thnx for this awesome sequel.

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  6. omg
    i know it sad but its written beautifully
    sometimes man
    and sometimes nature all work best in destroying love..! :(
    thanks for the comment..! :)

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  7. Oh my God :(
    Tsunami. Grrrahhhh ! I hate separations..

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  8. poignant... but a lovely read.
    Touched my heart !!!

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  9. And He's still waiting, such is love. Darn!
    Who can stand against the might of nature and the will of God?

    Nice read.


    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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  10. Hmm.. i got a dream today on Tsunami.. somehow ur post touched me even more..

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  11. a tragedy, but this is life. very well written.

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  12. Good damn..... you are awesome :)
    love ya x

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Your words mean a lot :)