A Letter To A Poem
A Letter To A Poem1 min 9.2K 1 min 9.2K
Hope you have enjoyed the much-deserved vacation that you needed so badly, and you unwound yourself. And I am here all coiled up on the swing chair in the balcony missing you.
Words have betrayed me, they refuse to get beaded in a string. No matter how much I try, they escape and scatter all over the house. And I spend the rest of my evening trying to get them back and bind them.
From the day you refused to talk to me and took a break from me, life has been hell, my friend. I understand that you are bored of this mind and needed a change. But by this time, you must have realized that as much I need you, you need me too. You need a beautiful and receptive mind where you can bind all those dispersed words into a verse of silk.
So come back soon, and let us create sheer magic out of vowels and consonants. Together, we can do wonderful things, we can paint a picture. Together, let us touch the hearts of many.
Talk to me, and I will spill you all over the paper like stars in the sky.
A poetess waiting
for her poem
to talk to her.