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Ankita Chawla

Abstract


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Ankita Chawla

Abstract


The Unsaid Goodbye

The Unsaid Goodbye

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Becomes more vivid

your face,

your smile


Your calls

and laughter,

louder it gets.


It rained fire,

when our mouths opened

hurling what I regret now,

those arguments

pierce like a dagger, they do.

I can’t apologize now, can I?

for letting the situations become stronger than us.


The slur,

they like my voice,

from that grazed throat,

by that tacit pain.


I should be OK now,

only that I am not.

Searched I have, for someone to love me as you did.

Close enough, he is,

I found someone.

He is nice.

Are you even listening, Papa?


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