A lovely stare

As he walked

By her side

Her heart raced

Like a rollercoaster  ride.

 

Their eyes met

Just for a second

But it was more like

An eternal hike.

 

Tiny giggles

Perfect glares,

Heart struck shut,

Missing a beat or two.

 

Unknown they remained,

But somewhere they retained,

A petite feeling

Love may be it’s meaning.

 

Chaos, nay occurred

No flirting

No romance

No opulent presents.

 

But they did bask

In pleasure

Of each others presence,

At an unvary second.

 

Dreams always haunted

With each others taunting presence,

Instilling a joy,

Unexpected all over.

 

Made up reasons,

To conquer eithers eyes,

Strolling near each other.

Did fate play the cupid?

 

Knowing each other,

Remained a great hurdle

Let never be known

But heart did falter.

 

Kept a name,

Close to heart.

They knew neither,

But loved either.

 

But fate in its treacherous self,

Ceasing to provide them

A miniature pleasure

Separating their endeavour.

 

But they did wish,

For another coffee sip,

Another brilliant day,

If their eyes ever met again.

 

 

 

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    1. Haha…. Actually my friend was seeing a guy.So was he.. …kinda funny. But now they are like in different places ,they don’t know each others name hence out of options to contact each other. That is why fate separated them. Literally this whole poem is inspired by a series stupid funny things…

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