One day if you find.

One day if you find my words get lost then
don’t think I don’t care, read my silence
Like a book, no voice still much to understand…..

One day if you find my smile disappear then
don’t think I stopped loving, see my tears
Like an ocean, indefinite drops each carries love…….

One day if you find my sky filled with dark cloud then
don’t think I forget you, watch the rainbow
Like a container, kept your colorful memories…..

One day if you find my dreams get scattered then
don’t think they were lost, gaze at the stars
Like diamonds, it spread all over the sky…..

One day if you find my words get lost then
don’t think I don’t care, read my silence
Like a book, no voice still much to understand…..

One day if you find my smile disappear then
don’t think I stopped loving, see my tears
Like an ocean, indefinite drops each carries love…….

One day if you find my sky filled with dark cloud then
don’t think I forget you, watch the rainbow
Like a container, kept your colorful memories…..

One day if you find my dreams get scattered then
don’t think they were lost, gaze at the stars
Like diamonds, it spread all over the sky…..

One day if you find I’m gone forever then
don’t think I left you, look into your soul
I’m always there to complete your half

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A tiny touch of love can brighten your sky
And a deep one can enlighten your soul

By Deepa (ArcLamp) 11-Mar-08, Re- written on 21-Jul-09

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11 thoughts on “One day if you find.

  1. “If one day my lungs refuse breathe then
    don't think I left you, look into your soul
    As we are soul-mate, death can't apart us…..”

    a beautiful poem….with a tinge of sadness….above words are really touching.

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  2. In the first paragraph you say you care about me, second paragraph with a faint smile you are in tears, shows you are anxious but incapable of. Third paragraph you assure me you still remember me & you have put all our memories in a container. I don't agree you Deepa, its fatal, you have killed the love & sweet memories & nailed in a coffin.

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